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'Irish jihadi dies in suicide attack' - ISIS claim

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The so-called Islamic State has claimed a Dublin-born man has carried out a suicide bomb attack in the Iraqi city of Mosul.

It is believed the man was Terence Kelly, who changed his name to Khalid Kelly.

An ISIS propaganda site says the man, in his 40s, drove a vehicle packed with explosives towards at Iraqi forces west of Mosul and detonated it.

Social media posts, including some from ISIS-linked accounts, claim Kelly, who is understood to be a former nurse and a convert to Islam after working in Saudi Arabia, died in the name of the Islamic State.

The Irish Department of Foreign Affairs says it is seeking to verify the claims.

There has so far been no official confirmation Mr Kelly is dead.


Royal Marine to return to court facing terror charges

A serving Royal Marine charged with terrorism related offences is to appear again in court in London later on Monday..

Ciaran Maxwell, who is 30 with an address in Old Quarry Drive in Exminster, but who is originally from Larne, was arrested in Devon.

He appeared before Westminster Magistrates' Court on Friday charged with offences linked to the discovery of weapons and explosives near Larne earlier this year.

He also allegedly compiled a library of terrorism documents, including instructions on how to make explosives and tactics used by terrorist organisations.

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