Body of Birkenhead man who died while fighting ISIS in Syria returned
The body of a Birkenhead man, who died while fighting ISIS in Syria, was returned to the UK today.
A minute’s silence was held at Manchester Airport for Luke Rutter, 22, who died in July while patrolling the Syrian town of Raqqa for the People’s Protection Units (YPG), an armed Kurdish force fighting the terrorist group.
His body was returned to his family today after being flown into Manchester airport, where supporters and friends of Luke’s gathered.
The YPG have today shared pictures on Facebook of dozens of people gathered at the airport to pay their respects and show their support for... read more
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