One seems obsessed with weapons and military goods. The other is a freelance journalist who has reported on children in war-torn areas. Their paths have crossed previously.
— Haruna Yukawa, 42, set up a company in January 2014 to offer security services in conflict areas, after running an online business selling military-related items. He went to Syria to train with militants, according to a post on his blog, and posted pictures on Facebook showing him in Iraq and Syri...
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