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NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 03, 2015
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Again about this other hostage being held by ISIS. Another American a 26 year old woman we haven't heard much about her case publicly until now. As the president has spoken about the situation for the first time Andrea Mitchell at the State Department in Washington for us tonight Andrea. Good evening. Good evening Brian. The horrific murder of the Jordanian pilot has only intensified efforts to find that last known American being held hostage by ISIS. The woman into the chaos of Syria's civil wa...
Reporter(s):
Andrea Mitchell;Savannah Guthrie
Duration:
00:01:58

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