Two Swedish hostages freed in Syria
Two Swedes held hostage in Syria have been released and reunited with their families with the help of Palestinian and Jordanian authorities, news agency TT reports.

The men were freed on Friday though it was unclear how long they had been kept hostage and whereabouts in Syria. TT reports that the men were kidnapped by the Nusra Front, an Islamist group in Syria with links to Al-Qaeda.

The hostages’ identities were not disclosed though TT reports that one of them belonged to a Pentecostal church.
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Source News: Radio Sweden