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Three French nationals and one Iraqi missing in Baghdad - French NGO

Reuters India Friday, 24 January 2020
Three French nationals and one Iraqi have gone missing in Baghdad, French NGO SOS Chretiens d'Orient said on Friday, adding authorities had been informed on Wednesday and no ransom had been demanded yet.
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