Mohammed Emwazi , known as "Jihadi John," is believed to be the person who beheaded American journalists James Foley and Stephen Sotloff and aid worker Peter Kassig. A U.S. drone strike early Friday targeted a vehicle in Syria that U.S. officials believe he was in. His death has not been confirmed, officials said.
Mohammed Emwazi , known as "Jihadi John," is believed to be the person who beheaded American journalists James Foley and Stephen Sotloff and aid worker Peter Kassig. A U.S. drone strike early Friday targeted a vehicle in Syria that U.S. officials believe he was in. His death has not been confirmed, officials said. AP
Mohammed Emwazi , known as "Jihadi John," is believed to be the person who beheaded American journalists James Foley and Stephen Sotloff and aid worker Peter Kassig. A U.S. drone strike early Friday targeted a vehicle in Syria that U.S. officials believe he was in. His death has not been confirmed, officials said. AP

ISIS executioner ‘Jihadi John’ likely killed in U.S. drone strike

November 13, 2015 12:55 PM

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