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Marine's Fate Unknown in Iraq as Group Disavows Killing Claim

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Marine's Fate Unknown in Iraq as Group Disavows Killing Claim

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Marine's Fate Unknown in Iraq as Group Disavows Killing Claim

Marine's Fate Unknown in Iraq as Group Disavows Killing Claim

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Questions emerge over the fate of a U.S. Marine held by a militant group in Iraq. Cpl. Wassef Ali Hassoun of Utah was shown in captivity in a video released last week. After a web site claimed Hassoun had been beheaded, the group supposedly responsible denied the report's credibility. Hear NPR's Liane Hansen and NPR's Anne Garrels.

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