Keith Broomfield is believed to be the first U.S. citizen to die fighting alongside Kurdish forces against ISIS.
The body of a Westminster man killed while fighting against ISIS is back in Massachusetts.
The body of Massachusetts resident Keith Broomfield, who died fighting with Kurdish forces against ISIS in Syria was handed over on Thursday to his family at a Turkish border crossing.
Keith Broomfield of Massachusetts died June 3 in a battle in the Syrian village of Qentere, which is near the border town of Kobani, said an official with a group of Kurdish fighters known as the YPG.
Freed hostage Peter Theo Curtis spoke briefly to reporters Wednesday morning saying he was overwhelmed by emotion.
Peter Theo Curtis was reunited with his family on Tuesday night.
Peter Theo Curtis’ father, Michael Padnos, said his wife spoke to their son briefly by telephone Monday morning and that he seemed to be in good physical health.
WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller sat down to talk with U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch of South Boston.
GlobalPost has released the full text of the final email sent to the parents of James Foley before he was murdered.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry called the militant group that executed James Foley the face of evil in the world and said they must be held accountable for “this heinous, vicious atrocity.”