Egyptian photographer found beheaded in Libya
An ISIS motorcade in the Libya - snapshot from youtube video
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CAIRO: Egyptian photographer Mohamed Galal was found beheaded in Libya Monday, after a year after his disappearance, Youm7 reported.

Galal was working for Barqa TV Libyan station as a TV photographer, and his body was found in the city of Bayda.

Neven Galal, the sister of the Egyptian victim, said that it is likely that the Islamic State group (IS) is behind kidnapping her brother.

On Feb. 15, IS published a video confirming the mass execution by beheading of 20 Egyptians and one Ghanian in Libya. The men had been kidnapped in early January from Sirte, Libya, where they had traveled to work.

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