Iraq: ennesimo dramma, rapiti a Baghdad due ingegneri egiziani

24 2004

Iraq: ennesimo dramma, rapiti a Baghdad due ingegneri egiziani

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BAGHDAD - Lo rende noto il ministero dell’interno iracheno

Due ingegneri egiziani che lavorano in Iraq sono stati rapiti a Baghdad, ha detto il ministero dell’interno iracheno.

I due ingegneri sono stati sequestrati la notte scorsa da un gruppo di uomini armati che hanno fatto irruzione nel loro ufficio, ha precisato il ministero.

La polizia ha affermato che il commando ha immobilizzato e legato le guardie all’esterno, ha fatto irruzione e ha rapito i due uomini. Questi lavorano per Iraqna, una compagnia di telecomunicazioni.


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