British photojournalist John Cantlie posed with a Free Syrian Army rebel in Aleppo, Syria, on Nov. 11, 2012. Eleven days later, he and American journalist James Foley were kidnapped. The Islamic State executed Foley in August 2014. It’s uncertain what has become of Cantlie, who was last seen in a video in February.
British photojournalist John Cantlie posed with a Free Syrian Army rebel in Aleppo, Syria, on Nov. 11, 2012. Eleven days later, he and American journalist James Foley were kidnapped. The Islamic State executed Foley in August 2014. It’s uncertain what has become of Cantlie, who was last seen in a video in February.
British photojournalist John Cantlie posed with a Free Syrian Army rebel in Aleppo, Syria, on Nov. 11, 2012. Eleven days later, he and American journalist James Foley were kidnapped. The Islamic State executed Foley in August 2014. It’s uncertain what has become of Cantlie, who was last seen in a video in February.

Investigators ponder fate of John Cantlie, lone Briton still held by ISIS

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