Chinese Hostages Released in Iraq

A video broadcasted on January 18, 2005 shows that Iraqi terrorists kidnapped eight Chinese from Fujian Province, who went to Iraq to look for jobs. The Chinese government tried hard to solicit local assistance from both the Iraqi interim government and religious clerics for the hostages' immediate release and finally made it.

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