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U.S. Kidnap Victim Rescued in Philippines

Philippine troops on Wednesday rescued a kidnapped American businessman who was chained by his neck and feet for 22 days by a lone abductor, Philippine and U.S. officials said. Alastair Joseph Onglingswan, 35, was rescued unharmed by a government anti-kidnap force and military intelligence agents in a house in Bacoor town in Cavite province south of Manila, officials said. The alleged kidnapper was arrested and was being interrogated, officials said. Onglingswan, still looking dazed and wearing a thin beard, met and thanked President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo for his rescue. He was abducted on Jan. 20, but his disappearance was not reported. Full Story

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