Mohammed Emwazi went to Tanzania ‘to commit terrorism’

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Mohammed Emwazi, the man otherwise known as “Jihadi John”, wanted to carry out “acts of terrorism” in Tanzania, one of its top officials believes. Emwazi was refused entry to Tanzania in 2009 for being drunk and abusive, custody records from the time show. He has claimed he was on holiday with two friends when they were stopped and interrogated under orders from MI5. Tanzania’s home affairs minister Mathias Chikawe said there was no tip-off, but Emwazi “wanted to harm us”. Emwazi, who is in his mid-20s and from west London, has been identified as the masked jihadist in several Islamic State videos in which hostages have been beheaded. West…

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