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Amman, Jordan— Japan is vowing to improve its anti-terrorism measures, after an ISIS video posted online showed the apparent beheading of journalist Kenji Goto.

The video was seen on militant websites, calling for "carnage" whenever Japanese people are found.

The Japanese prime minister condemned the apparent killing and promised to work with other nations to bring those responsible to justice.

The government will step up security at airports and public transportation.

A Jordanian fighter pilot remains a hostage of Islamic state militants.

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