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Britain would not block death penalty for IS 'Beatle' suspects

SBS Tuesday, 24 July 2018
The British government would not object to Washington seeking the death penalty for two British IS fighters known as the "Beatles".
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CNN reports that the UK has indicated it may not be opposed to two members of a British ISIS cell known as "the Beatles" being executed in the US. A letter to US Attorney General Jeff Sessions last month was disclosed in Britain's Daily Telegraph newspaper Monday. In it, British Home Secretary Sajid...

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