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On February 06, The Islamic State claimed that the Jordanian Air Force launched an airstrike on Raqqa, killing an American female hostage that the group has held captive for almost two years.
The hostage was identified as Kayla Jean Mueller.
The group included additional information on Mueller, including her phone number and address in Prescott, Arizona. 
The Islamic Sate added that the airstrikes were "continuous on the same site for more than an hour."
The group released a number of images showing the supposed exact location of the airstrikes. 
Flashpoint analysts could not independently verify The Islamic State's claims.
On February 06, The Islamic State claimed that the Jordanian Air Force launched an airstrike on Raqqa, killing an American female hostage that the group has held captive for almost two years.
The hostage was identified as Kayla Jean Mueller.
The group included additional information on Mueller, including her phone number and address in Prescott, Arizona. 
The Islamic Sate added that the airstrikes were "continuous on the same site for more than an hour."
The group released a number of images showing the supposed exact location of the airstrikes. 
Flashpoint analysts could not independently verify The Islamic State's claims.

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