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Syria / al-Qaeda / al-Shabaab / Pittsburgh Pirates #1150106

CBS Evening News for Friday, Feb 27, 2015
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Today for the first time we saw the man behind the mask and those gruesome beheading videos. Mohammed Emwazi has become the face of ISIS and the barbaric horrors it has inflicted on the innocent including four Americans. Tonight we know the path he took from birth in Kuwait to boyhood in Britain to his new life as the world's most infamous executioner. Here's Clarissa Ward. For six months he was the masked face of terror. But now the world has seen the real face of Mohammed Emwazi. This photogra...
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Clarissa Ward
Duration:
00:02:48

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