File - The wreckage of a tour bus that was targeted by a suicide bombing on February 16 is seen in the Egyptian south Sinai resort town of Taba February 18, 2014. (AFP Photo/Khaled Desouki)
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An Egyptian jihadist group Thursday released a video in which it claimed responsibility for beheading four men accused of being "Israeli informants" before showing the victims' decapitated bodies.In the video, militants belonging to Ansar Beit al-Maqdis, considered the deadliest jihadist group in Egypt, say they killed the men in the restive Sinai Peninsula for assisting neighboring Israel.Egypt's military has carried out a vast offensive against jihadist groups in the north of Sinai since militants stepped up attacks following Morsi's ouster.
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