Australian TV crew, mother held in Lebanon to be released

By REUTERS
April 20, 2016 13:57

 
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BEIRUT - An Australian woman and television crew charged with kidnapping her children from their father in Beirut were set to be released on Wednesday, a judge said, after an out-of-court settlement was reached between the sides.

The mother, Sally Faulkner, and four-member Australian "60 minutes" television crew were charged on April 13 with involvement with kidnapping after the woman's two children were snatched off the street following a custody dispute with their Lebanese father.

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