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Japan To Provide $15.5m In Middle East-Africa Counter-Terrorism Aid

Japan To Provide $15.5m In Middle East-Africa Counter-Terrorism Aid

ISIL said they would target Japanese citizens after the Asian country pledged $200 million in humanitarian aid to countries fighting the group.

Japan will provide $15.5 million in aid to support counter-terrorism efforts in the Middle East and Africa, Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said on Tuesday, doubling the figure pledged last month.

ISIL militants have said they would target Japanese citizens after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged $200 million in humanitarian aid to countries fighting the group. Two Japanese citizens were beheaded by the group last month.

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