'White Widow' reportedly killed by USA drone strike

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The wife of another immigrant to the so-called Islamic caliphate said she knew Jones and described her as "very cute".

Dubbed the White Widow, Sally-Anne Jones from Chatham in Kent died in June after being targeted by the US Air Force close to the Syria/Iraq border, The Sun claimed.

She frequently used her young son Jojo, 12, in the terror group's propaganda videos.

However, she - and possibly her son - were actually killed in June during an air-strike by a US Air Force Predator, The Sun reported.

USA intelligence chiefs say they can not be 100 per cent certain that the strike killed Jones as there was no attempt to recover any of her DNA.

When she got there she was married to Junaid Hussain, a British-Pakistani hacker who was killed in a drone strike in 2015.

It was claimed in July that Jones wanted to return from Syria to the United Kingdom but was being blocked from doing so by her 12-year-old son Jo-Jo who had been "brainwashed".

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Jones left Kent in the United Kingdom, along with her son, to join Isis in 2013.

One of the world's most wanted women, Jones, 50, was a poster girl for IS.

She has separately been accused organising terror plots across three continents - including a plot against the Queen in London during VJ Day celebrations in 2015.

United States intelligence officers also blame her for publishing a list of 1,300 U.S. military personnel's details, believed to have been hacked by her husband, for Isis militants to target.

Her husband was killed in a U.S. drone attack, with it reported that he left an ISIS stronghold in Raqqa without their 11-year-old child.

At the time of his death, the 21-year-old from Birmingham had allegedly been planning "barbaric attacks against the West", including terror plots targeting "high profile public commemorations".

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