Singapore condemns ISIS' acts of brutality, in light of reported murder of Japanese hostage

Singapore condemns ISIS' acts of brutality, in light of reported murder of Japanese hostage
JAPANESE CAPTIVES: A screen in Tokyo on Tuesday showing an ISIS militant flanked by Mr Goto (left) and Mr Yukawa, who are being held for a $270 million ransom.

Singapore's has said that it condemns the terrorist act and brutality of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs released a statement, saying "Singapore strongly condemns the terrorist acts by and continued brutality of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), most recently seen in the reported murder of Japanese national Haruna Yukawa.

"We extend our deepest condolences to the family of Mr Yukawa and reiterate our repeated calls for ISIS to release Mr Kenji Goto and all other hostages immediately.

"This latest incident once again reinforces the urgent need for the international community to work closely together to neutralise the threat posed by ISIS and other terrorist organisations."

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