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Hostages Freed in Cairo, Egypt.

CAIRO (AFP ) — A group of European tourists and their guides snatched by armed bandits in a remote desert 10 days ago were freed unharmed in a pre-dawn raid by Egyptian special forces, officials in Egypt said.
The group of 19 hostages -- five Germans, five Italians, a Romanian and eight Egyptian drivers and tour guides -- were flown Monday into Cairo aboard an Egyptian military plane and taken for medical checks, state television said.

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