Romania to Expel Two Tunisians for 'IS Propaganda'
Two Tunisians are being expelled from Romania after being accused of propagandizing for the Islamic State group, the country's security services said Friday.
The SRI intelligence agency said the pair were involved in "ideological recruitment and training" in support of the jihadists, who control a vast swathe of Syria and Iraq.
The Tunisians were declared personae non gratae for 10 years by Bucharest's appeals court and will soon we deported, the SRI added.
Seven other foreign nationals were deported from the Eastern European country in April for allegedly supporting IS and al-Qaida.