BREITBART – LIAM DEACON
A British woman has been killed in a suspected Turkish airstrike after she travelled to Syria to fight against Islamic State terrorists.
Anna Campbell had been fighting with Kurdish militia in an all-female branch of the Kurdish YPG, the Women’s Protection Units (YPJ), in the besieged city of Afrin when she died on Thursday.
The 26-year-old from Lewes, East Sussex, is the first British woman to have been killed fighting for Kurdish forces in the war zone. Seven men from the UK have lost their lives fighting with the Kurds.