Reyaad Khan, from Cardiff and Ruhul Amin, from Aberdeen travelled to Syria to fight with the so-called Islamic State
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Fallon defends UK IS drone strike

There was "no other way" of stopping a British member of so-called Islamic State (IS) who ministers accuse of planning terror attacks in the UK, other than a drone strike, the defence secretary has said.

Cardiff-born Reyaad Khan, 21, was killed in the precision strike by an RAF drone in Raqqa, Syria, on 21 August by a remotely-piloted aircraft, David Cameron told MPs on Monday.

Defence Secretary Michael Fallon denied on BBC Breakfast that there was a UK "hit-list" of IS targets.

  • 08 Sep 2015
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