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Islamic State victims

February 16, 2015, 15:14 UTC+3
On February 15 Islamic State militants published a video showing the apparent beheadings of 21 Egyptian Christians
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Egyptian Coptic Christians in orange jumpsuits being led by Islamic State militants along a beach in Libya. On February 15, 2015 IS militants published a video showing the apparent beheadings of 21 Copts, who were captured by IS at the end of last year
Egyptian Coptic Christians in orange jumpsuits being led by Islamic State militants along a beach in Libya. On February 15, 2015 IS militants published a video showing the apparent beheadings of 21 Copts, who were captured by IS at the end of last year
Egyptian Coptic Christians in orange jumpsuits being led by Islamic State militants along a beach in Libya. On February 15, 2015 IS militants published a video showing the apparent beheadings of 21 Copts, who were captured by IS at the end of last year
© AP Photo
A Jordanian pilot was captured by IS group's fighters after they shot down a warplane from the US-led coalition with an anti-aircraft missile near Raqqa city
A Jordanian pilot was captured by IS group's fighters after they shot down a warplane from the US-led coalition with an anti-aircraft missile near Raqqa city
A Jordanian pilot was captured by IS group's fighters after they shot down a warplane from the US-led coalition with an anti-aircraft missile near Raqqa city
© EPA
An exchange of Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh, captured by IS and Sajida Mubarak al-Rishawi, the woman suicide-bomber who failed to blow herself up as part of bomb attacks in a Jordanian hotel in 2005, failed
An exchange of Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh, captured by IS and Sajida Mubarak al-Rishawi, the woman suicide-bomber who failed to blow herself up as part of bomb attacks in a Jordanian hotel in 2005, failed
An exchange of Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh, captured by IS and Sajida Mubarak al-Rishawi, the woman suicide-bomber who failed to blow herself up as part of bomb attacks in a Jordanian hotel in 2005, failed
© EPA/JORDAN NEWS AGENCY
Two Japanese hostages, Haruna Yukawa and Kenji Goto, were killed by Islamic State militia in January 2015
Two Japanese hostages, Haruna Yukawa and Kenji Goto, were killed by Islamic State militia in January 2015
Two Japanese hostages, Haruna Yukawa and Kenji Goto, were killed by Islamic State militia in January 2015
© EPA/AL-FURQAN MEDIA
US aid worker Peter Kassig captured by militants in Syria in October 2013 was killed by IS in November 2014
US aid worker Peter Kassig captured by militants in Syria in October 2013 was killed by IS in November 2014
US aid worker Peter Kassig captured by militants in Syria in October 2013 was killed by IS in November 2014
© EPA/SERA
British hostage Alan Henning was beheaded by an Islamic State militant somewhere in a desert setting in October 2014
British hostage Alan Henning was beheaded by an Islamic State militant somewhere in a desert setting in October 2014
British hostage Alan Henning was beheaded by an Islamic State militant somewhere in a desert setting in October 2014
© EPA/ISLAMIC STATE VIDEO
Alan Henning was kidnapped in December 2013 in Syria while delivering aid as a volunteer
Alan Henning was kidnapped in December 2013 in Syria while delivering aid as a volunteer
Alan Henning was kidnapped in December 2013 in Syria while delivering aid as a volunteer
© EPA/BRITISH FOREIGN AND COMMONWEALTH OFFICE
British journalist David Haines was kidnapped in Syria in 2013 and killed by IS militants in 2014
British journalist David Haines was kidnapped in Syria in 2013 and killed by IS militants in 2014
British journalist David Haines was kidnapped in Syria in 2013 and killed by IS militants in 2014
© EPA/ISLAMIC STATE VIDEO
US freelance journalist Steven Sotloff was captured in Libya in August 2013 and killed by IS in September 2014
US freelance journalist Steven Sotloff was captured in Libya in August 2013 and killed by IS in September 2014
US freelance journalist Steven Sotloff was captured in Libya in August 2013 and killed by IS in September 2014
© EPA/MAZEN MAHDI
American journalist James Foley was kidnapped on 22 November 2012 in Idlib Province in Syria. On 20 August 2014 the IS militia released a video purporting to show the decapitation of James Foley
American journalist James Foley was kidnapped on 22 November 2012 in Idlib Province in Syria. On 20 August 2014 the IS militia released a video purporting to show the decapitation of James Foley
American journalist James Foley was kidnapped on 22 November 2012 in Idlib Province in Syria. On 20 August 2014 the IS militia released a video purporting to show the decapitation of James Foley
© EPA/Nicole Tung/Courtesy of Global
British journalist John Cantlie was kidnapped in Syria with James Foley in November 2012 and remains a hostage. He is used as media arm of the Islamic State militants, delivering series of lecture-like "programs" in which he says he will reveal "the truth" about the Islamic State group
British journalist John Cantlie was kidnapped in Syria with James Foley in November 2012 and remains a hostage. He is used as media arm of the Islamic State militants, delivering series of lecture-like "programs" in which he says he will reveal "the truth" about the Islamic State group
British journalist John Cantlie was kidnapped in Syria with James Foley in November 2012 and remains a hostage. He is used as media arm of the Islamic State militants, delivering series of lecture-like "programs" in which he says he will reveal "the truth" about the Islamic State group
© AP Photo
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Egyptian Coptic Christians in orange jumpsuits being led by Islamic State militants along a beach in Libya. On February 15, 2015 IS militants published a video showing the apparent beheadings of 21 Copts, who were captured by IS at the end of last year
© AP Photo
A Jordanian pilot was captured by IS group's fighters after they shot down a warplane from the US-led coalition with an anti-aircraft missile near Raqqa city
© EPA
An exchange of Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh, captured by IS and Sajida Mubarak al-Rishawi, the woman suicide-bomber who failed to blow herself up as part of bomb attacks in a Jordanian hotel in 2005, failed
© EPA/JORDAN NEWS AGENCY
Two Japanese hostages, Haruna Yukawa and Kenji Goto, were killed by Islamic State militia in January 2015
© EPA/AL-FURQAN MEDIA
US aid worker Peter Kassig captured by militants in Syria in October 2013 was killed by IS in November 2014
© EPA/SERA
British hostage Alan Henning was beheaded by an Islamic State militant somewhere in a desert setting in October 2014
© EPA/ISLAMIC STATE VIDEO
Alan Henning was kidnapped in December 2013 in Syria while delivering aid as a volunteer
© EPA/BRITISH FOREIGN AND COMMONWEALTH OFFICE
British journalist David Haines was kidnapped in Syria in 2013 and killed by IS militants in 2014
© EPA/ISLAMIC STATE VIDEO
US freelance journalist Steven Sotloff was captured in Libya in August 2013 and killed by IS in September 2014
© EPA/MAZEN MAHDI
American journalist James Foley was kidnapped on 22 November 2012 in Idlib Province in Syria. On 20 August 2014 the IS militia released a video purporting to show the decapitation of James Foley
© EPA/Nicole Tung/Courtesy of Global
British journalist John Cantlie was kidnapped in Syria with James Foley in November 2012 and remains a hostage. He is used as media arm of the Islamic State militants, delivering series of lecture-like "programs" in which he says he will reveal "the truth" about the Islamic State group
© AP Photo

On February 15 Islamic State (IS) militants published a video showing the apparent beheadings of 21 Copts (Egyptian Christians) from the city of Samalut in the Minya governorate to the south of Cairo. The Copts were captured by Islamic militants at the end of last year in Libya. TASS recalls the victims of IS fighters in this gallery.

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