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Who is Sally Jones? Why 'White Widow' was one of most wanted terrorists in the world

Tamworth Herald Thursday, 12 October 2017 ()
Who is Sally Jones? Why 'White Widow' was one of most wanted terrorists in the worldThe British jihadi became known as the White Widow after the death of Kings Heath terrorist Junaid Hussain.
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News video: White Widow Sally-Anne Jones Killed In US Drone Strike

White Widow Sally-Anne Jones Killed In US Drone Strike 00:40

British IS recruiter Sally-Anne Jones, dubbed the White Widow, has been killed in a US drone strike, it has been reported. Jones and her husband Junaid Hussain went to Syria in 2013 to join the so-called Islamic State.

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