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Video: First Release Of Video Showing Hostages

Video: Hostage Video First Release

Auckland University student, Canadian and New Zealand resident, Harmeet Sooden (32), Canadian James Loney (41), American Tom Fox (54), and Briton Norman Kember (74) were seized in Baghdad by Swords of Righteousness Brigade on November 26 2005. This video was released shortly after their capture.






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