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German woman freed in Iraq

A German woman who was kidnapped in Iraq earlier this year has been released, but her son is still being held hostage, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said Wednesday. Hannelore Krause, 61, and her adult son, Sinan, disappeared in Iraq on Feb. 6. Steinmeier told reporters that the mother was released Tuesday and is now in the care of the German Embassy in Baghdad. He said he could give no details of how she was released. Full Story

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