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March 17, 1986

The wife of former Beirut hostage Jeremy Levin said she will return to the Mideast on a "woman-to-woman" peace mission because "the American people . . . have not been given the facts" about the remaining American captives. Lucille Levin said she will be accompanied by Patsy Collins, chairman of King Broadcasting Co., and two others and that they will meet with Arab and Israeli women. Muslim militants are believed to hold six Americans. Levin, a Cable News Network correspondent, fled his captors early last year.

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