Oliver Hall was trying to save a boy from a booby-trapped building in Raqqa when a bomb exploded nearby
The mother of a British man killed while clearing mines in the liberated Syrian city of Raqqa has paid tribute to her “fun-loving, cheeky, mischievous” son.
Oliver Hall, 24, from Portsmouth, died on 25 November while clearing mines with the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) to allow displaced residents to return to the city previously held by Islamic State (Isis).
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Link : Mother of British man killed in Syria praises his caring nature