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SECURITY YEMEN HOSTAGE
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1 Jan. 2006
Former German government minister Juergen Chrobog (R),... more
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1 Jan. 2006
Aden, Yemen
Former German government minister Juergen Chrobog (R), his wife Magda (2nd-L) and their son Karim (L) leave the presidential palace in the southern Yemeni city of Aden after meeting the Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh January 1, 2006. Yemeni tribesmen freed Chrobog, his wife and three sons on Saturday after abducting them while they were on holiday and holding them captive for three days. Yemen's defence minister had been leading talks on securing the release of Chrobog and his family, who were seized in eastern Yemen on Wednesday by a group of men seeking the release of fellow tribesmen jailed for murder and other crimes. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
SECURITY YEMEN HOSTAGE
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1 Jan. 2006
Former German government minister Juergen Chrobog (L)... more
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1 Jan. 2006
Former German government minister Juergen Chrobog (R);... more
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1 Jan. 2006
Former German government minister Juergen Chrobog (R)... more
SECURITY YEMEN HOSTAGE
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1 Jan. 2006
Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh (R) meets former... more
SECURITY YEMEN HOSTAGE
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31 Dec. 2005
Former German government minister Juergen Chrobog smiles... more
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31 Dec. 2005
Former government minister Juergen Chrobog walks in... more
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31 Dec. 2005
Former government minister Juergen Chrobog (R) and... more
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31 Dec. 2005
Former German government minister Juergen Chrobog (L)... more
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31 Dec. 2005
Former government minister Juergen Chrobog speaks in... more
SECURITY YEMEN HOSTAGE
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31 Dec. 2005
Former government minister Juergen Chrobog gestures... more
YEMEN
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28 Dec. 2005
(L to R) Ethiopia's Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, Sudan's... more
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28 Dec. 2005
(L to R) Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh, Ethiopia's... more
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