Tunisian woman working for Red Cross in Yemen kidnapped in capital

By REUTERS
December 1, 2015 20:29

 
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DUBAI - Gunmen kidnapped a Tunisian woman working for the International Committee of the Red Cross in Yemen as she was leaving home for work in the capital Sanaa on Tuesday, local officials said.

They identified the woman as Nouran Hawas and told Reuters that she was in charge of an ICRC protection program in the Swiss-based humanitarian agency's Sanaa office.

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