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.
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.
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