Some say the U.S. government could have done more to secure the release of American journalist James Foley before he was executed by Islamic militants. Others say giving terrorists millions in exchange for a hostage only makes them more powerful. Holly Williams reports.
The city of Raqqa, Syria, is where ISIS is believed to be holding around 12 foreign hostages. As Holly Williams reports, negotiating the release of hostages is a lucrative trade for ISIS militants.
An international manhunt is under way for Foley's killer, reportedly a British citizen who leads a group of ISIS fighters holding western prisoners. A former hostage says that "John" was one of a group of guards called "The Beatles." Holly Williams reports.
American journalist James Foley has become the first casualty of a new war against the U.S. Holly Williams reports on how the leaders of the terrorist group ISIS rule with brutality and fear.
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