Chaldean archbishop kidnapped in northern Iraq, provincial police say

February 29, 2008 19:07

Gunmen on Friday kidnapped Chaldean Catholic Archbishop Faraj Rahho in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, a provincial police officer said. The gunmen also killed three people who were with Rahho at the time of the kidnapping, which occurred after he ended a mass in a nearby church, said Iraqi Brigadier Gen. Khalid Abdul Sattar, a spokesman for the Ninevah province police.

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