Syria frees Reuters reporter, photographer missing

By REUTERS
April 1, 2011 18:34

 
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LONDON - Reuters correspondent Suleiman al-Khalidi was released by Syrian authorities on Friday, three days after he was detained in Damascus.

A week after Syria expelled another Reuters foreign correspondent, Khalidi was set free to cross back into Jordan, where he is based, shortly after 4 p.m. (1400 GMT).

But Reuters had still had no contact with photographer Khaled al-Hariri, a Syrian based in Damascus, since he disappeared in the capital four days ago. He was last seen arriving at work on Monday morning.

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