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Romanian captives return from Iraq

August 24, 2018
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Three Romanian journalists who were hostage in Iraq for nearly two months have arrived home aboard a military plane, a day after their release. (CNN — 23 May, 2005)
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Three Romanian journalists and their Iraqi-American guide were freed Sunday after nearly two months held hostage in Iraq, the president’s office said. All four were in the custody of Romanian authorities. (International Herald Tribune — 23 May, 2005)
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Three Romanian journalists and their Iraqi-American translator were freed after nearly two months in captivity, a spokesman for Romania’s president said Sunday. (CNN — 23 May, 2005)
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Romania announced on Sunday that three kidnapped Romanianjournalists and their Iraqi-American guide had been freed by theircaptors in Iraq. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 22 May, 2005)
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Three Romanian journalists and their translator, held in Iraq since March 28, have been rescued and were under the control of Romanian authorities, the Romanian presidency said today. (The Australian — 23 May, 2005)
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The Three Romanian reporters and their translator, held in Iraq since March 28, were safely released on Sunday and are currently under the control of Romanian authorities, said a Romanian presidency statement. (Aljazeera — 23 May, 2005)
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Three Romanian journalists and their guide who were kidnapped nearly two months ago in Iraq have been released, Romania’s Foreign Ministry announced last night. (The Australian — 24 May, 2005)
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Guerrillas seeking to topple Iraq’s new government have exploded a suicide truck bomb outside a mayor’s office and shot a security official today, killing at least seven people in an escalating campaign of violence. (The Australian — 23 May, 2005)
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Insurgents have bombed a restaurant in Baghdad killing at least four and wounding over 100 as thousands of US and Iraqi troops fanned out west of the capital in a bid to bring the bombers under con (ABC News — 24 May, 2005)
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