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Son's plea for detained father 'caught in prisoner-swap' with Princess Latifa

Sky News Friday, 26 February 2021
Son's plea for detained father 'caught in prisoner-swap' with Princess LatifaThe son of a British businessman detained in a notorious Indian prison has told Sky News he hopes that Boris Johnson will act to save his father.
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