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Image obtained from a video uploaded to YouTube on January 27, 2015 shows a still image of Japanese hostage Kenji Goto holding a photo allegedly showing captured Jordanian pilot Maaz al-KassasbehThe Islamic State jihadist group threatened Tuesday to kill a Japanese journalist and a Jordanian pilot within 24 hours unless Amman frees a jailed female militant. A voiceover, purportedly by Goto, warns that Jordan is blocking the Japanese journalist's release by failing to free Sajida al-Rishawi, a would-be suicide bomber on death row since 2006. It follows a video released last week in which the group claimed to have beheaded another Japanese hostage, Haruna Yukawa, and said Goto would be killed next if Rishawi was not freed. Japan said following the new threat that it was seeking help from Jordan.


1/27/2015 10:58:22 AM

US stocks tumble on weak business forecasts, economic dataU.S. stocks tumbled in midday trading Tuesday, weighed down by disappointing business forecasts from big-name companies and an unexpected drop in orders of long-lasting goods. The slide sent the Dow Jones ...


1/27/2015 10:57:49 AM

A former senior Al-Shabab commander, Zakariya Ismail Hersi , speaks during a press conference at the presidential palace in Mogadishu, Somalia, Tuesday, Jan, 27, 2015. The former leader with the Islamic extremist group al-Shabab with a $3 million bounty on his head has announced he has quit the militants insurgency and renounced violence perpetrated by the al-Qaida-linked group. Speaking to the media for the first time Tuesday since his surrender last year Zakariya Ismail Hersi, who was al-Shabab’s intelligence chief called for reconciliation. Hersi surrendered to Somali authorities late December. It’s not clear who gets the bounty. (AP Photo/Farah Abdi Warsameh)MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — A leader of Somalia's Islamic extremist group al-Shabab with a $3 million bounty on his head announced Tuesday he has quit the insurgency and renounced violence perpetrated by the al Qaida-linked group.


1/27/2015 10:56:39 AM

Survivors walk past a watch tower after paying tribute to fallen comrades at the "death wall" execution spot in the former Auschwitz concentration camp16:41 GMT - Trauma of war - "My whole family was sent to Auschwitz because my parents hid a Jew named Rachmil Friedman. Three members of my family never returned," says Warsaw resident and survivor Eugeniusz Dabrowski, deported to Auschwitz in 1944 aged 15. 16:45 GMT - 'Wall of Death' - "If I survived it was to warn against this ever happening again," Roza Krzywolwocka-Laurow, 79, told AFP's Mary Sibierski earlier at the camp's bullet-riddled "Wall of Death" where the Nazis shot thousands. She was sent to Auschwitz in 1944 as an eight-year-old Polish partisan.


1/27/2015 11:00:31 AM

Forças de Segurança da Líbia cercam o hotel Corinthia, Trípoli, no dia 27 de janeiro de 2015Shooting erupted inside the five-star Corinthia Hotel and security forces evacuated guests, including Tripoli's prime minister and an American delegation, after gunmen blasted through the building's security and reception. It was one of the worst assaults targeting foreigners since the 2011 civil war that ousted Muammar Gaddafi and fractured the oil-producing North African state into fiefs of competing armed groups with two national governments both claiming legitimacy. A militant group associated with Islamic State insurgents in Iraq and Syria claimed responsibility for the hotel attack as revenge for the death of a suspected Libyan al Qaeda operative in the United States, according to the SITE monitoring service. "The attackers opened fire inside the hotel, killing four foreigners, two men and two women, who are believed to be from East Asian countries," Omar Khadrawi, head of Tripoli security, told Reuters.


1/27/2015 10:52:54 AM