A Kurdish security officer escorts Kotey and Elsheikh, who were allegedly among four British members of a Daesh cell. AP Photo/Hussein Malla
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Britain's interior minister has indicated London would not object to Washington seeking the death penalty against two British Daesh (ISIS) militants if they are extradited to the United States, the Daily Telegraph reported Monday.According to the Telegraph, Javid wrote to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions saying Britain was not intending to request the two men be sent to Britain, saying a successful prosecution in the U.S. was more likely.The opposition Labour Party accused Javid of "secretly and unilaterally" abandoning Britain's opposition to the death penalty.
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