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October 13, 1989 | From Times staff and wire reports
A Swiss woman has been kidnaped in northern Lebanon, two days after the abduction of two Swiss Red Cross workers, the Foreign Ministry in Bern said. A ministry spokesman said the part-time flight attendant was abducted by armed civilians during a visit to the Mediterranean port of Tripoli. The woman's name and age were withheld at the request of her parents, the spokesman said.
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January 20, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A Palestinian official accused Abu Nidal's terrorist group of kidnaping two Swiss workers of the International Committee of the Red Cross, newspapers in Beirut reported. Zeid Wehbe, an official in the mainstream Fatah movement of the Palestine Liberation Organization, said the Fatah-Revolutionary Council headed by Abu Nidal was responsible for the abduction of Elio Erriquez and Emmanuel Christen, both orthopedic technicians with the ICRC. Erriquez, 23, and Christen, 32, were kidnaped Oct.
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January 20, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A Palestinian official accused Abu Nidal's terrorist group of kidnaping two Swiss workers of the International Committee of the Red Cross, newspapers in Beirut reported. Zeid Wehbe, an official in the mainstream Fatah movement of the Palestine Liberation Organization, said the Fatah-Revolutionary Council headed by Abu Nidal was responsible for the abduction of Elio Erriquez and Emmanuel Christen, both orthopedic technicians with the ICRC. Erriquez, 23, and Christen, 32, were kidnaped Oct.
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October 13, 1989 | From Times staff and wire reports
A Swiss woman has been kidnaped in northern Lebanon, two days after the abduction of two Swiss Red Cross workers, the Foreign Ministry in Bern said. A ministry spokesman said the part-time flight attendant was abducted by armed civilians during a visit to the Mediterranean port of Tripoli. The woman's name and age were withheld at the request of her parents, the spokesman said.
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July 26, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
A Lebanese gunman who seized an Air Afrique airliner and killed a French passenger was part of a well-planned operation to free pro-Iranian extremists jailed in France and West Germany, the man who negotiated with him said Saturday. "Let's face it," Nabil Ramlawi, the Palestine Liberation Organization representative in Geneva told the Reuters news agency in an interview. "Nobody can do this on his own."
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