‘If Clain was killed, there might be no legal problem, but the legal question is still on what to do with prisoners’
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French jihadist Fabien Clain was killed Wednesday in a coalition air strike on an Islamic State group holdout in Syria, French news site France Info reported on Thursday. Clain first became known when authorities identified his voice in an Islamic State (IS) group video claiming responsibility for the November 13, 2015, attacks in Paris. Clain reads a six-minute statement on the recording while another man, believed to be his brother, offers a rallying cry for Muslims to fight the infidels “without ever capitulating”. According to French media outlet France Info, Clain's brother Jean-Michel was also gravely wounded in the strike.