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Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri spoke on slain hostages Warren Weinstein and Giovanni Lo Porto in the third episode of his series "Take Up the Weapon of the Martyr," and reiterated his call to fighters to kidnap for prisoner swaps.

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