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Arabian Peninsula / James Foley / Kenji Goto / ISIS #1146790

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Feb 01, 2015
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All right. Now to the hunt for the so-called Jihadi John the hooded ISIS militant with the menacing voice and the British accent showing up again in a another ISIS video appearing to behead yet another hostage. Beginning of course with American journalist James Foley and now most recently Japanese journalist Kenji Goto. ISIS is absolutely capturing the PR war at least using this individual. All these months later he certainly is the boogeyman that scares the West. [Former CIA officer Aki Peritz]...
Reporter(s):
Pamela Brown
Duration:
00:04:01

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