A Kurdish fighter walks by a wall bearing a drawing of the flag of Daesh in the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar, in the Nineveh Province, on November 13, 2015. AFP PHOTO / SAFIN HAMED
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The brother of a San Diego man believed to be the first American citizen killed while fighting alongside Daesh (ISIS) in Syria has been sentenced to 10 years in prison on terrorism-related charges.McCain is the brother of 33-year-old Douglas McCain who was killed in 2014 .The United States also unsealed a two-count indictment charging Canadian national and former San Diego resident Abdullahi Ahmed Abdullahi with conspiring with Douglas McCain and others in the United States and Canada to provide support to terrorists in Syria carrying out kidnappings and killings.McCain's brother left the United States in March 2014 and five months later was reported killed fighting against the Free Syrian Army.
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