Egyptian jihadists say killed American oil engineer

By REUTERS
December 1, 2014 22:23

 
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CAIRO - Egypt's deadliest militant group said on Monday it was behind the killing of an American petroleum engineer whose body was found in a car in a desert region almost four months ago.

The group, Sinai Province, named the engineer as William Henderson and included a photograph of his passport and two photo identity cards showing he worked for US energy company Apache Corp. and Qarun Petroleum.

It did not show pictures or footage of Henderson himself or give details about how or why he was killed.

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