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Arizona / James Foley / Kayla Mueller / Peter Kassig #1148856

NBC Evening News for Friday, Feb 06, 2015
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Good evening. The organization that is hell bent on terrorizing the civilized world is tonight claiming another victim a young American woman a 26 year old from Arizona. Until today they have not named her. We have not named her in keeping with her family's wishes but her family has now given us permission to identify their daughter Kayla Mueller. ISIS is claiming she was killed in an airstrike by the Jordanian air force striking ISIS targets in retaliation for that Jordanian air force pilot who...
Reporter(s):
Richard Engel;Andrea Mitchell
Duration:
00:06:12

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