The daughter of beheaded British aid worker David Haines has said she felt an "instant sense of relief" when she heard "Jihadi John" may have been killed.
Mohammed Emwazi, known as "Jihadi John", appeared in the video of the beheading of Mr Haines in September 2014.
Bethany Haines told ITV News that as much as she wanted him dead, she still wanted answers to why her father was killed.
After seeing the news that 'Jihadi John' was killed I felt an instant sense of relief, knowing he wouldn't appear in anymore horrific videos.
He was only a pawn in Isis's stupid game but knowing it's over that he's finally dead still hasn't sunk in.
As much as I wanted him dead I also wanted answers as to why he did it, why my dad, how did it make a difference?
The IS militant known as "Jihadi John" always "knew he would die", a journalist who met the British terrorist said.
However good Islamic State's operational security, Jihadi John was going to be found and killed - it was only a question of timing.
Even if Mohammed Emwazi, known as Jihadi John, has been killed, the appeal of Islamic State to potential recruits is unlikely to decline.