Will ISIL outlive its leader?
Donald Trump says Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi blew himselfup during raid by US special forces in Syria. He was one of the world's most wanted men - a prized target for years. The US President says Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi - the leader of one of the most feared armed groups ISIL - has been hunted down in north west Syria. Donald Trump says he committed suicide with explosives during a raid by US special forces. Al Baghdadi once ruled an area in Syria and Iraq - the size of the UK. Under his watch, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, became one of the most brutal armed groups in modern history - carrying out mass killings, beheadings and rape campaigns. What does Baghdadi's death mean for the internationally designated terrorist group? And is his self-declared 'caliphate' dream finally over?
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