Reports of the deaths of two British citizens in Syria have reportedly come "via a British fighter" who has joined up with Islamist group ISIS.
Shiraz Maher, an expert on Islamic radicalism from King's College London, wrote on Twitter that the two had been fighting against Jabhat al-Nusra, another Islamist group.
"It appears two British citizens have died in Syria while fighting for ISIS. They were fighting Jabhat al-Nusra at the time," Mr Maher wrote.
More top news
An undercover investigation claims England manager Sam Allardyce offered advice on how to "get around" FA rules on player transfers.
The four artworks shortlisted for this year's Turner Prize include a huge golden sculpture of buttocks, and more than £20,000 in pennies.
A proposal to sell ivory stockpiles and return profits to communities that sustain elephants has been defeated at a major global conference.