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Freed Chinese workers arrive in Beijing

(Xinhua)

16:38, February 09, 2012

Chinese people who were rescued from abduction in Sudan return to Capital International Airport in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 9, 2012. A total of 47 Chinese were caught in the attack, which occurred in a southern Sudanese state 12 days ago. Twenty-nine of them were abducted by the assailants while the other 18 managed to flee. One of the latter went missing and has been confirmed dead. (Xinhua/Ma Ruzhuang)
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