IS demands $200 million from Japan to spare the lives of Japanese hostages

IS demands $200 million from Japan to spare the lives of Japanese hostages
A new video uploaded by ISIS on the web, is showing what allegedly are two Japanese hostages.

According to the BBC one of the hostages is freelance journalist Kenji Goto, and the other one is contractor Haruna Yukawa.

Both men are dressed in orange clothes, and seems to be tied behind their backs. The man who speaks in the video sound like, and have similarities with the British IS executioner who previously stood for heinous murder of former hostages.

In the video IS says that they will kill the two hostages if they do not get paid $200 million in ransom within 72 hours.

The video is still not verified by Japan's foreign ministry, but the Japanese Prime Minister said according to CNN, that the threat is unacceptable.

- Japan will not give in to terrorism, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, said.

Moreover, he says that he will do everything to save the hostages, and that the lives of these men now is his top priority.

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