Thirty Britons believed to be among Isis fighters held in Syria

  The Guardian 

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Britons among 2,000 foreign fighters being held by Kurdish forces according to Whitehall analysis Thirty British men are among an estimated 2,000 foreign Isis fighters being held by Kurdish forces in jails in north-east Syria, according to the latest Whitehall analysis of the threat posed by the terror group following the death of its leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. The foreign fighters are considered the most dangerous group of all Isis fighters held in jails - totalling around 20,000, when Iraqis and Syrians are included - and politicians are effectively being warned not to be complacent just because the terror group has lost its leader and territory this year. Continue reading...
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