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Jordanian peacekeepers kidnapped in Darfur freed

Jordanian peacekeepers Hasan Al-Mazawdeh (R) and Qasim Al-Sarhan arrive at Khartoum Airport, January 2, 2013, after 136 days of captivity in Sudan's Darfur region according to local media. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah

Jordanian peacekeepers Hasan Al-Mazawdeh (R) and Qasim Al-Sarhan arrive at Khartoum Airport, January 2, 2013, after 136 days of captivity in Sudan's Darfur region according to local media. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah

Jordanian peacekeepers Hasan Al-Mazawdeh (R) and Qasim Al-Sarhan arrive at Khartoum Airport, January 2, 2013, after 136 days of captivity in Sudan's Darfur region according to local media. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah
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Jordanian peacekeepers Hassan Mizawoda and Haleem Al Sarhaan arrive at Khartoum Airport, January 2, 2013, after 136 days of captivity in Sudan's Darfur region according to local media. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah

Jordanian peacekeepers Hassan Mizawoda and Haleem Al Sarhaan arrive at Khartoum Airport, January 2, 2013, after 136 days of captivity in Sudan's Darfur region according to local media. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah

Jordanian peacekeepers Hassan Mizawoda and Haleem Al Sarhaan arrive at Khartoum Airport, January 2, 2013, after 136 days of captivity in Sudan's Darfur region according to local media. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah
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