1. British IS fighters taken into US custody, says Trump  BBC News
  2. US takes custody of British Isis pair  The Guardian
  3. ISIS 'The Beatles' gang members in US custody after Turkey attacks Syria, Trump says  Express
  4. Brit ISIS terrorists known as ‘The Beatles’ face death penalty as pair set to be extradited to US to face cou  The Sun
  5. 'Beatles' jihadists El Shafee ElSheikh and Alexanda Kotey moved from Kurdish jail to face US trial  The Times
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The so-called IS Beatles - who grew up in the UK - are at a secure location, President Trump says.The so-called IS Beatles - who grew up in the UK - are at a secure location, President Trump says.

British IS fighters taken into US custody, says Trump - BBC News

Two British jihadists understood to have belonged to the Islamic State cell of executioners and hostage takers nicknamed “the Beatles” are said to have been transferred from Kurdish detention to US custody.Alexanda Kotey, 35, and El Shafee Elsheikh, 30, were relocated from a prison in northeasternTwo British jihadists understood to have belonged to the Islamic State cell of executioners and hostage takers nicknamed “the Beatles” have been transferred from Kurdish detention to US custody...

‘Beatles’ jihadists El Shafee ElSheikh and Alexanda Kotey moved from Kurdish jail to face US trial | News | The Times

TWO British ISIS fighters from a cell dubbed ‘The Beatles’ are set to be extradited to the US and could face the death penalty. London-born Alexanda Kotey, 35, and British national El S…

Brit ISIS terrorists known as ‘The Beatles’ face death penalty as pair set to be extradited to US to face court – The Sun

“In case the Kurds or Turkey lose control, the United States has already taken the 2 ISIS militants tied to beheadings in Syria, known as the Beetles, out of that country and into a secure location controlled by the U.S. They are the worst of the worst!”

Donald J. Trump on Twitter: "In case the Kurds or Turkey lose control, the United States has already taken the 2 ISIS militants tied to beheadings in Syria, known as the Beetles, out of that country and into a secure location controlled by the U.S. They are the worst of the worst!"

“US takes custody of British Isis pair Alexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh, were members of a British group of Isis militants known as “the Beatles” believed to be responsible for beheadings https://t.co/dcW9jY8ifT”

Natasha Fatah on Twitter: "US takes custody of British Isis pair Alexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh, were members of a British group of Isis militants known as “the Beatles” believed to be responsible for beheadings https://t.co/dcW9jY8ifT"

The pair — part of a group dubbed the “Beatles” — were being detained with the goal of putting them on trial in the United States, said a senior U.S. official. In total, the United States is taking direct responsibility for nearly 40 high-value Islamic State detainees.The pair — part of a group dubbed the “Beatles” — were being detained with the goal of putting them on trial in the United States, said a senior U.S. official. In total, the United States is taking direct responsibility for nearly 40 high-value Islamic State detainees.

U.S. military is taking custody of two British men accused of involvement in Islamic State killings of American hostages - The Washington Post

The military is taking several dozen men out of Kurdish-run wartime prisons in Syria as Turkey invades the region.The military is taking several dozen men out of Kurdish-run wartime prisons in Syria as Turkey invades the region.

Alexanda Kotey and El Shakee Elsheikh are among several dozen who will be taken into custody by the US military.Alexanda Kotey and El Shakee Elsheikh are among several dozen who will be taken into custody by the US military.

British 'Beatles' jihadis taken into US custody

US prosecutors seek to convict El Shafee Elsheikh and Alexanda Kotey as hostage-taking conspirators - which carries a possible death sentenceUS prosecutors seek to convict El Shafee Elsheikh and Alexanda Kotey as hostage-taking conspirators - which carries a possible death sentence

Brit ISIS gang 'The Beatles' face death penalty after being extradited to the US - Mirror Online

Read British IS fighters Alexanda Kotey El Shafee Elsheikh in US custody, Donald Trump confirms latest on ITV News. All the newsThe US has removed two British militants, accused of beheading hostages for ISIS from Syria, into American custody. Britons Alexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh are among several dozen who will be taken into custody by the US military, though it was not known if the pair had already been removed from Syria. Donald Trump confirmed the move via Twitter, branding the prisoners, "the worst or the worst".

British IS fighters Alexanda Kotey El Shafee Elsheikh in US custody, Donald Trump confirms - ITV News

THE ISIS attackers, labelled the 'The Beatles' have been taken into US custody, Donald Trump has said, and could be extradited to face trial in the country.THE ISIS attackers, labelled the 'The Beatles' have been taken into US custody, Donald Trump has said, and could be extradited to face trial in the country.

ISIS 'Beatles' gang members in US custody after Turkey attacks Syria, Trump says | UK | News | Express.co.uk

The two “Beatles” captured while fighting for the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isil) have been transferred to US custody and will face trial in the United States.The two “Beatles” captured while fighting for the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isil) have been transferred to US custody and will face trial in the United States.

British Isil 'Beatles' moved from Kurdish to US custody says Trump

The pair were part of a terror cell made up of men from the UK who had travelled to Syria to fight for IS.The pair were part of a terror cell made up of men from the UK who had travelled to Syria to fight for IS.

Two British IS fighters known as 'The Beatles' in US custody | World News | Sky News

Alexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh form part of a group of four Brit terrorists dubbed the “Beatles” by their hostagesAlexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh form part of a group of four Brit terrorists dubbed the “Beatles” by their hostages

ISIS 'Beatles' handed over to American troops to face trial in US - Daily Star

Trump says El Shafee Elsheikh and Alexanda Kotey, members of 'the Beatles', moved abroad amid fears they could escape from prisonTrump says El Shafee Elsheikh and Alexanda Kotey, members of 'the Beatles', moved abroad amid fears they could escape from prison

US takes custody of two British Islamic State suspects held in Syria | Middle East Eye

Trump calls the Beatles, whose name he misspelled, the “worst of the worst.” The men were dubbed the Beatles because they are alleged to be part of a team of UK members of ISIS.Trump calls the Beatles, whose name he misspelled, the “worst of the worst.” The men were dubbed the Beatles because they are alleged to be part of a team of UK members of ISIS.

Trump: We took the ISIS ‘Beatles’ out of Syria - Middle East - Jerusalem Post

Two British men accused of involvement in the ISIS's summary executions of Western hostages, including Americans, are being transferred into US military custody because the Turkish incursion into Syria threatened their continued detention by Kurdish forces in northeastern Syria, according to US officials.Two British men accused of involvement in the ISIS's summary executions of Western hostages, including Americans, are being transferred into US military custody because the Turkish incursion into Syria threatened their continued detention by Kurdish forces in northeastern Syria, according to US officials.

US Military To Get Custody Of 2 British ISIS Men Over Killings In Syria

The military is holding the two men, part of a cell notorious for beheading its hostages, at an undisclosed location.The military is holding the two men, part of a cell notorious for beheading its hostages, at an undisclosed location.

US takes custody of two high-profile ISIL fighters | USA News | Al Jazeera

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. Two Islamic State militants have been turned over to the United States military by Kurdish fighters who had been holding them in a prison in Syria, a U.S. official told Reuters on Wednesday. A second U.S. official said the men were part of a cell nicknamed "The Beatles," because there were four of them and they are British. They tortured Western hostages and played a role in the murders of several Americans, including journalist James Foley in 2014. The militants, Alexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh, are now in Iraq, The Washington Post reports. The men were moved out of Syria ahead of Turkey's assault on the Kurdish fighters in northern Syria. The Kurds helped defeat ISIS in Syria, and have been guarding about 12,000 prisoners. Since the U.S. announced it would pull back its troops and not stop Turkey from advancing into Syria, the Kurds have said they can no longer have as many fighters keeping an eye on the ISIS prisoners. Catherine Garcia

Officials: U.S. military has custody of ISIS militants who tortured Western hostages