Al Qaeda bomber killed in Syria strike?
The death has not been confirmed at this point, but there are some indications the strike was successful. If so, it is a real blow to al Qaeda and its hopes for future mass murder for Allah attacks.
'We've killed world’s most wanted terrorist': American officials believe Muhsin al-Fadhli died in airstrikes on Syria where he was plotting toothpaste tube bomb attacks on US and Europe
- Fresh wave of airstrikes hit ISIS targets in north west Syria overnight, according to a conflict monitoring group
- Witnesses allege aircraft came from the direction of Turkey, but Turkey denies its airspace was used for attacks
- Meanwhile American forces carried out separate overnight attacks on ISIS in both eastern Syria and inside Iraq
- Blitz comes as jihadists claim leader of the Al Qaeda-linked Khorasan Group was killed in yesterday's air strikes
- Muhsin al-Fadhli was apparently nearing 'execution phase' of terror plot he had masterminded against the West
- Khorasan group has specialised in making sophisticated bombs for attacks against airports and passenger planes