World Lens — Week in Review: May 8

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U.S. Won’t Bargain for Captured Worker

The United States said it will not bargain with al Qaeda over the life of abducted American Warren Weinstein who pleaded with President Obama to save his life on a recording. "We don't make concessions to terrorists," State Department spokesman Mark Toner said when asked whether the U.S. would meet the demands contained in a video posted Sunday to several Islamist websites.

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