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Red Cross nurse kidnapped in Syria in 2013 'may still be alive'

France 24 Monday, 15 April 2019 ()
A New Zealand nurse abducted with two drivers in Syria in 2013 may still be alive, the International Committee of the Red Cross has revealed for the first time in an appeal for news of her whereabouts.
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