BOSTON (CBS) – President Trump said Friday he will consider sanctions against Saudi Arabia of it’s proven the government was involved in the disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.
One person closely following the story is James Foley’s mother. Foley, a New Hampshire native, was a freelance journalist kidnapped in Syria back in 2012. He was executed by ISIS two years later.READ MORE: National Weather Service Forecasts Milder Than Average Winter For New England
Now his mother is leading the charge on keeping his memory alive and keeping other journalists safe. Saturday is the Foley Freedom Run.READ MORE: Boston Shares Trick-Or-Treating Safety Tips: 'Encourage Your Children To Wear Masks Underneath Their Halloween Masks'
“Our coming together is so that we can be heard, because a lot of times today as you know journalists are targeted,” Diane Foley said. “People who dare to have a voice that is not quite mainstream are often in danger.”
The run benefits the foundation in James Foley’s name to inspire future generations, protect journalists, and return those kidnapped abroad.MORE NEWS: Just 100 COVID Cases Connected To Big E Out Of Nearly 1.5 Million Visitors
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