International agencies seek to identify Foley’s executioner

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The U.S. is continuing its airstrikes against the Islamic State in Iraq despite threats from the terror group to kill a second American journalist it’s holding hostage.

In the meantime, we are learning more in the aftermath of journalist James Foley’s murder. U.S. military officials revealed more information about the failed attempt to rescue Foley and other hostages from IS in Syria.

They said the hostages weren’t at the suspected location and that likely had been moved. Part of the hunt now is identifying the man who killed Foley. As international agencies examine the are recording, CCTV America’s Richards Bestic spoke with one linguistics expert.

International agencies seek to identify Foley's executioner

International agencies seek to identify Foley's executioner

The U.S. is continuing its airstrikes against the Islamic State in Iraq despite threats from the terror group to kill a second American journalist it's holding hostage. In the meantime, we are learning more in the aftermath of journalist James Foley's murder. U.S. military officials revealed some more information about the failed attempt to rescue Foley and other hostages from IS in Syria. They said the hostages weren't at the suspected location and that likely had been moved. Part of the hunt now is identifying the man who killed Foley. As international agencies examine the are recording, CCTV America's Richards Bestic spoke with one linguistics expert.