Americans kidnapped in Nablus freed

No group claims responsibility; women last seen photographing near Nablus.

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February 20, 2007 18:40

 
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Palestinian officials reported Tuesday evening that the three American women kidnapped in Nablus earlier Tuesday had been released. No Palestinian organization claimed responsibility for the abduction.

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