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Egypt / ISIS / Muammar / Muath al-Kasasbeh #1147013

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 04, 2015
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The Kingdom of Jordan wasted no time in executing two convicted terrorists today after ISIS burned a Jordanian air force pilot alive. Thousands cheered Jordan's King Abdullah the second who rushed home after meeting with President Obama last night. Charlie D'Agata reports. Hundreds came to pay their respects to the father of pilot Muath al-Kasasbeh the sorrow was mixed with vengeance. A pleasure. They were calling on the government to take revenge for Muammar he said and take revenge for the cou...
Reporter(s):
("Charlie D'Agata",)
Duration:
00:01:21

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