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Qatari hostages held in Iraq since 2015 freed - Al Jazeera TV

Reuters India Friday, 21 April 2017
DOHA (Reuters) - Qatari citizens held hostage in Iraq by unidentified gunmen since 2015 have been freed and handed over to the Iraqi interior ministry, Qatar-based al-Jazeera reported on Friday.
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News video: Qatari hostages in Iraq freed after 16 months

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Twenty-six Qatari hostages, including members of the ruling family, were freed on Friday after being held by gunmen in Iraq for over a year, officials say. The men were abducted there in December 2015 while on a hunting trip near the border with Saudi Arabia. Their release comes days after a deal was...

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