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German Hostage and Child Born in Captivity Freed in Syria

A female German hostage and her child, which was born in captivity, have been released in Syria, the German Foreign Ministry has confirmed. The ministry said Wednesday that authorities were looking after the woman and her child at the German embassy in Ankara, Turkey, and that both are “in good condition, considering.” German media identified the hostage as 27-year-old Janina Findeisen.
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