Remains of Ryan Lock, 20, retrieved from Isis territory and taken to north-east Syria for postmortem, Kurdish activists tell BBC
The body of a British man who was killed while fighting with Kurdish forces in northern Syria has been recovered from Islamic State territory, Kurdish activists have told the BBC.
Ryan Lock, a chef from Chichester in West Sussex, was killed during an advance on Raqqa, Isis’s de facto capital, on 21 December. He was one of many foreign volunteers who have gone to fight alongside the Kurdish People’s Defence Units (YPG).
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