With "Jihadi John" said to have been killed by a US drone strike, we want to know your views on combating terrorism.
A US air strike in Syria is rumoured to have killed "Jihadi John", the militant who was seen on videos decapitating Western hostages, including British aid worker David Haines.
But do you think carrying out the strikes in Syria is an effective way of working against terrorists?
Prime Minister David Cameron hailed the strike as "the right thing to do" - with US sources saying they are 99% sure "we got him".
It is reported that a US drone struck a vehicle which Jihadi John, real name Mohammed Emwazi, was travelling in. There have been mixed reports from Syria - with some locals saying he survived and was taken to hospital. But others have said he died.
Do you think this is the right way to work against terrorism? Click here to take our poll on this question.