A lawyer who represented the family of Kadiza Sultana, who is believed to have died in Syria, at the time of her disappearance from the UK, has told ITV News her death is a testimony for others of the risks going to a warzone.
Tasnime Akunjee said the 17-year-old's death is "devastating" for her family who were trying to help Kadiza flee Syria and return to the UK when she was reportedly killed in an airstrike.
"Perhaps the only benefit out of this is as a tombstone and a testimony for others of the risks of actually going to a warzone, to dissuade people from ever making that choice."
Kadiza Sultana, who joined IS in Syria, had emotional phone calls with her sister before she is thought to have died in an airstrike.
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Kadiza, who was one of three British schoolgirls who joined Islamic State in Syria, is believed to have died in an airstrike.