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Jihadi John: who have air strikes killed already?

Over 15,000 IS militants have apparently been killed

By Josh Lowe  

Twenty-five Syrian soldiers about to be executed by Islamic State in the Roman amphitheatre in Palmyra, western Syria, in July

A US drone strike near the Syrian town of Raqqa may have killed Mohammed Emwazi, the notorious Islamic State (IS) militant and British national better known as “Jihadi John.” 

In July 2015, the US-led Coalition against IS said its air strikes had killed 15,000 IS militants in total. Britain…

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