A picture taken on February 6, 2014, shows the Aleppo central prison during clashes between pro-Syrian regime soldiers and rebel fighters. (AFP PHOTO/AMC/ZEIN AL-RIFAI)
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Police searched a home in southeast England on Wednesday as part of an investigation into reports that a British man was responsible for a suicide bombing in Syria.The Foreign Office said it could not confirm the identity of the bomber, who was reportedly known by the jihadist group al-Nusra Front as Abu Suleiman al-Britani, nor that a Briton was involved.The International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation at King's College London estimates that between 200 and 366 British nationals have gone to Syria to fight.A senior police officer warned last month that anyone returning to Britain from Syria risked being arrested.
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