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Country orders heightened security precautions, says it will persist with non-military support for fighting terrorism after militants kill journalist Kenji Goto
Though ISIS killed a Japanese hostage, Jordan still willing to swap a jailed female suicide bomber for their imprisoned pilot
The militant group ISIS has released another gruesome video, this time showing the execution of kidnapped Japanese journalist Kenji Goto. The Japanese government says it appears to show his beheading at the hands of his captors. Holly Williams reports.
Peter Greste, imprisoned for more than a year after terrorism trial that was widely considered a sham, leaves country; fate of two colleagues unclear
Boko Haram attack Maiduguri, a city of 2 million and the birthplace for the militant group, from four fronts
Serbian a perfect 5-for-5 in Australian Open finals; Murray's misery in Melbourne extended as he comes up short in last match for the fourth time
Fate of Jordanian fighter pilot Lt. Muath Kaseasbeh, also an ISIS captive, remains unclear
Militant group acknowledges its fighters have been defeated, but vowed to attack the strategic town near Turkish border again
An online video purports to show ISIS beheading Japanese journalist Kenji Goto, ending failed negotiations with the Japanese government to secure his release.
American and Russian fly nearly 7,000 miles from Japan to Mexico in just under a week, breaking distance and duration records

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