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The British teenager killed in Syria is the nephew of a former Guantanamo Bay detainee.
Abdullah Deghayes, 18, from Brighton, East Sussex, is the nephew of Omar, who was held in the United States as an enemy combatant at the detention centre between 2002 and 2007 after he was arrested in Pakistan.
Prosecutors have asked the court for an arrest warrant for the captain of the South Korean ferry that sank off the coast - according to the Associated Press.
The family of a British teenager who was killed in Syria said they had no idea he was in the war-torn country.
Abubaker Deghayes, the father of 18-year-old Abdullah, said he found out about his son's death on Facebook.
– His father Abubaker Deghayes
At the moment we do not have details of his death. All that we know is that he was killed in Syria. The family is mourning.
We are all in mourning. I'm trying to find out what's happened. At the moment we don't have any details. We found out on Facebook.
I hope he died for a noble cause, trying to help Syria. I need to find out. I might go and travel to see.
He was a youngster who didn't communicate a lot. With parents, once they grow, they don't tell you much about their lives.
Rutland locals have been taking to Twitter all morning to say how the 3.5 earthquake affected them:
@therutlandtimes that's a relief - I thought I was going mad when I felt it as I walked through Hambleton Wood this morning!
Nottinghamshire and England cricketer Stuart Broad also told of his mum's cup of tea being spilled:
Mum just text saying an Earthquake knocked her brew off the table. Not normal news coming out of little Rutland!!
The Duchess of Cambridge has thanked everyone who has welcomed her and her son George "so incredibly warmly" on their first visit to Australia.
Speaking at the children's hospice Bear Cottage she said of her trip:
"To be here as a family has been very special and we'll always remember it as such a happy memory. Thank you for inviting us here and for such a generous welcome."
The self-declared leader of pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine said that he did not consider his men to be bound by the Geneva agreement to disarm and vacate occupied buildings.
Denis Pushilin, head of the self-declared Donetsk People's Republic, said Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov "did not sign anything for us, he signed on behalf of the Russian Federation."
He added that his men will only consider leaving public buildings when the government in Kiev does the same.
Pushilin said he was continuing preparations for a referendum on increased autonomy from Kiev on May 11.
David Axelrod, one of US President Barack Obama's top strategists, has been warmly welcomed by Labour after joining their election team, however that did not stop the party's website from misspelling his name.
The news release spelled his name 'David Alexrod' but the website has now corrected the error.
A lorry driver arrested following a five-vehicle pile-up which killed two French nationals has been released on bail.
The 45-year-old was held in connection with the crash on the M26 near Kemsing, Kent and has now been released on police bail until August 15 pending further inquiries.
Tributes to British teenager Abdullah Deghayes, who was killed in Syria, have been left on social media.
Friend Louis Tierney wrote on Facebook: "Miss you like mad! Love you mate forever in my heart xxxxx."
Other friends have taken to Twitter:
R.I.P To My Boy Abdullah Deghayes Jannah InshAllah!
R.I.P this is such a shock, can not get my head around it. Everyone's gonna miss you Abdullah Deghayes. much love xxx
R.i.p Abdullah xxx
A spokesperson for the Foreign Office said, "We are aware of the death of a British national and are urgently looking in to it."