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A video showing two hostages origin Japan and Italy was released by a militant group in Syria. In the video, the two hostages appealed to be...

A video showing two hostages origin Japan and Italy was released by a militant group in Syria. In the video, the two hostages appealed to be released.


As reported by AFP, Wednesday (1/8/2018), two hostages were identified as journalist Jumpei Yasuda named Japan and Italy a man named Alessandro Sandrini which held in Syria.

Both appeared in two separate video which location they were taken are similar. Video-the video released by the SITE Group, special group to monitor and track the militant organization also radical.

Not mentioned more by SITE Group, a militant group which is responsible for the standoff.

In the video-a video of it, the two hostages are both shown kneeling in front of a wall and wearing orange detainee shirt. Some of the gunman dressed in black and close the face paced, standing behind them.

A report circulated by the Group call Jumpei kidnapped Al-Nusra Front, an Alliance of former Al-Qaeda in the northern part of Syria since the year 2015.


In the video, Jumpei calls herself a citizen of Korea but he speaks the language of Japan. He called the video was recorded last July 25. Jumpei also revealed himself in bad situations and ask for help.

While the video was recorded calling Sandrini on 19 July. Pronounced Sandrini in the video was that the requests for exempted this became his last request to the Government of Italy.

Local media reports Italy call Sandrini kidnapped in Turkey at Okter 2016, before finally being taken to Syria. It is believed Sandrini came from Brescia, Italy and aged about 32 years.


Location: Syria

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