Jordanians on Friday traveled to the remote village of Ay in southern Jordan to pay respects to the family of Lt. Moaz al Kasasbeh, the pilot burned alive by the Islamic State after his plane crashed on a mission over Raqqa, Syria in late December 2014.
Jordanians on Friday traveled to the remote village of Ay in southern Jordan to pay respects to the family of Lt. Moaz al Kasasbeh, the pilot burned alive by the Islamic State after his plane crashed on a mission over Raqqa, Syria in late December 2014. Roy Gutman MCT
Jordanians on Friday traveled to the remote village of Ay in southern Jordan to pay respects to the family of Lt. Moaz al Kasasbeh, the pilot burned alive by the Islamic State after his plane crashed on a mission over Raqqa, Syria in late December 2014. Roy Gutman MCT

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