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British Daesh recruiter 'White Widow' killed in drone strike in Syria

12 October 2017

The world's most wanted female terrorist has been linked to at least 12 terror plots after fleeing Britain to fight for Daesh in Syria.

Central Intelligence Agency officials told their United Kingdom counterparts that a US Air Force Predator killed 50-year-old Jones in June, it reports.

Now she is believed dead after United States spy chiefs reportedly told their counterparts at MI6 that the militant was killed by a predator drone close to the border between Syria and Iraq in June.

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Britain's The Sun newspaper cites USA intelligence sources as saying Jones was killed in June.

Sally Jones was married to Junaid Hussain, a British jihadist and Isis hacker.

The Islamist militant, who left Kent to join ISIS in 2013, was killed close to the border between Syria and Iraq in June.

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He was killed by a U.S. drone in 2015, and had allegedly been planning "barbaric attacks against the West", including terror plots targeting "high profile public commemorations" this summer.

Her partner was killed in a drone strike on his auto in August 2015, she then became know as the White Widow. Her son is believed to have been forced to execute prisoners during his time there after being brainwashed. It is believed she was also the head of the women's section of one of its battalions.

A young British boy appeared in an Isil propaganda video a year ago.

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Joe's grandparents are reported to have recognised him in the footage, although there has been no official confirmation of the child's identity.

British Daesh recruiter 'White Widow' killed in drone strike in Syria