James Foley, who is believed to have been killed by an Islamic State fighter, previously spoke of his love of reporting and exposing untold stories.
- The 40-year-old, from New Hampshire, has been missing since his car was stopped in Syria in November 2012
- Foley was working for Agence-France Press and GlobalPost at the time
- He was held captive in Libya in 2011 but was released
- The reporter previously told the BBC that he was "drawn to the drama of the conflict and trying to expose untold stories"
A British family have told ITV News of their devastation after discovering a close relative is fighting with the Islamic State in Iraq.
A French journalist who was held hostage with James Foley in Syria has told ITV News it was "devastating" to see his murder.