A 16-year-old French girl suspected of trying to reach Syria "for Jihad" with Islamist rebels has been arrested, according to France's interior minister.
Bernard Cazeneuve said in a statement that border police in the southeastern city of Nice had brought her into custody.
He added that her family was not aware of her intentions.
A man around the age of 20 was later arrested on suspicion of being her recruiter and of purchasing her airline ticket to Turkey, in order to reach Syria.
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