Almotamar Net -  
Yemen condemned on Monday the killing of the second Japanese citizen by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

In its statement, the Foreign Ministry said that the murder of Japanese citizen, Kenji Goto, is inconsistent with the basic principles of humanity and morality.

Yemen expressed deep sorrow for the criminal incident and offered its condolences to the friendly people and government of Japan, the statement said.

Monday, 02-February-2015
Almotamar.net - Yemen condemned on Monday the killing of the second Japanese citizen by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

In its statement, the Foreign Ministry said that the murder of Japanese citizen, Kenji Goto, is inconsistent with the basic principles of humanity and morality.

Yemen expressed deep sorrow for the criminal incident and offered its condolences to the friendly people and government of Japan, the statement said.

Terrorism is a global phenomenon that threatens the security and stability of all countries and requires concerted international efforts to combat it, the Ministry said.

Kenji Goto, 47, the freelance journalist was seized in late October in Syria and has been killed after a fail swap between ISIL and the Japan government.

Another Japanese citizen, Haruna Yukawa,42, was killed a week ago,after a deadline for ransom passed
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