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Search on for UK explorer Benedict Allen missing in Papua New Guinea

BBC Local News Wednesday, 15 November 2017
Search on for UK explorer Benedict Allen missing in Papua New GuineaBBC Local News: London -- Benedict Allen hasn't taken flights home from his lone expedition in Papua New Guinea, his family say.
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