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Zarqawi Group Says It's Behind Beheading

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Zarqawi Group Says It's Behind Beheading

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Zarqawi Group Says It's Behind Beheading

Zarqawi Group Says It's Behind Beheading

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A video grab image from a militant Islamist Internet site shows hostage Eugene Armstrong.

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A video grab image from a militant Islamist Internet site shows hostage Eugene Armstrong.

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An Islamist Web site posts video showing militants, led by Abu Musab Zarqawi, beheading a man identified as American contractor Eugene Armstrong. American Jack Hensley and Briton Kenneth Bigley are still held by the group, which demands the release of Iraqi women prisoners. Peter Kenyon reports.

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