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Venezuela holds five police for abducting US ballplayer's mother

Five police officers have been arrested in Venezuela following the kidnapping of the mother of a Venezuelan who plays professional baseball in the United States, local press reports said Sunday. Ana Soto, 72, the mother of Pittsburgh Pirates catcher Elias Diaz, was abducted Thursday as she chatted with neighbors outside her home in a working-class district of the northwest city of Maracaibo.
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