Jordanians showed support for their government Wednesday against terror. King Abdullah II rushed home, cutting short a U.S. trip, to rally public support for even tougher strikes against the Islamic State group after the militants released a video showing a captured Jordanian pilot being burned to death in a cage.
Jordanians showed support for their government Wednesday against terror. King Abdullah II rushed home, cutting short a U.S. trip, to rally public support for even tougher strikes against the Islamic State group after the militants released a video showing a captured Jordanian pilot being burned to death in a cage. Raad Adayleh The Associated Press
Jordanians showed support for their government Wednesday against terror. King Abdullah II rushed home, cutting short a U.S. trip, to rally public support for even tougher strikes against the Islamic State group after the militants released a video showing a captured Jordanian pilot being burned to death in a cage. Raad Adayleh The Associated Press

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