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Yemen: Relatives of Kidnapped Christian Aid Workers Plead for their Release

Fate of Kidnapped Germans Unknown; Relatives Plead for Immediate Release

ICC Note

Relatives of the kidnapped Christian aid workers pleaded for their release. Please pray for the release of all the aid workers who were kidnapped in northern Yemen .

07/11/2009 Yemen (Yemen Post)-The fate of a group of seven foreigners is still unknown despite the wide campaign launched by security apparatuses and intelligence in Sa'ada and other nearby governorates.

The group, including a German couple with their three children and a Briton, are still kidnapped since June 12 and security apparatuses are incapable to locate their whereabouts. The group's three fellow members – two German nurses and a South Korean teacher – were found dead two days following the kidnapping incident.

They told the Second German Channel that the worst thing for parents is lose one of their sons and pleaded with Yemeni and German authorities to work towards releasing their kidnapping people.

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