Isis fighter Britons could be charged over ‘conflict selfies’

Prosecutors have revealed that Britons who joined Islamic State in Syria and Iraq could be chargedover “conflict selfies” – posing with the dead, a particularly grisly habit of many fighters who joined the group.


A number of British Isis recruits posted pictures of themselves on social media alongside bodies or holding decapitated heads, images that prosecutors say depict the “inhumane treatment” of the...