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White Widow REVENGE attacks: Sally Jones killing to 'energise 23,000 ISIS fanatics in UK'
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Thursday, 12 October 2017
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And Brits are being warned the 23,000 jihadists thought to be in the UK could be "energised" to carry out attacks. There have already been five terrorist attacks in Britain in 2017, with several others foiled. The CIA has told British intelligence services that Jones, from Kent, was killed close to the Iraq/Syria border in June, the Sun reports.


Posted originally: 2017-10-12 14:20:00

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