A former punk rocker from Kent who joined the so-called Islamic State in Syria - and helped in its recruitment - is understood to have been killed in a US drone strike.
Sally-Anne Jones from Chatham - dubbed the White Widow - along with her husband joined the terror group four years ago. It's believed her 12-year-old son, who once lived in Borough Green, was also killed in the strike. John Ryall reports.
A woman who claims to have befriended Sally Jones told ITV News in July the British terror recruiter had fled but would never desert IS.
Sally Jones left the UK to become an IS recruiter in 2013, taking her son Jojo with her.