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A British man is believed to have been killed while fighting against Isis in Syria. Oliver Hall, 24, is from Portsmouth and had joined Kurdish forces in the war-torn area. Sources say that he died in Raqqa on November 25 while clearing mines and is the seventh British man to have died in Syria while fighting with the Kurdish-led YPG. Keving Benton who met Oliver in Syria said: ‘We was so willing to learn, always asking questions and taking everything in.
He wanted to stop Isis.’ He is not said to have had any military training but was described as being ‘excited to be there’.
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