marți, 3 ianuarie 2017


  • Briton Ryan Lock killed fighting Islamic State in Syria
    BBC News
    A British man has been killed fighting so-called Islamic State in Syria, Kurdish activists have told the BBC. Ryan Lock, 20, from Chichester, West Sussex, travelled to join Kurdish forces known as the YPG in August. His family said Mr Lock, a chef who had no military experience, was a "very caring and loving boy". In a letter seen by the BBC, the YPG said he was killed on 21 December in Jaeber village in the battle for the Syrian city of Raqqa. The letter offered condolences to Mr Lock's family, saying his loss had "affected us deeply ". In a statement, his father John Lock said "Ryan was a very caring and loving boy who would do anything to help anyone. "He had a heart of gold. We ask for privacy Read More

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