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Freed Chinese workers return home


13:26, February 10, 2012

Workers who were just rescued from abduction in Sudan have dinner at the dining hall of Branch 5 of Sinohydro Bureau 7 Co., Ltd. in Pengshan County, southwest China's Sichuan Province, Feb. 9, 2012. A total of 47 Chinese were caught in the attack, which occurred in a southern Sudanese state 13 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. Among them, 24 Sichuan workers have all come back to Pengshan County safe and sound. (Xinhua/Yao Yongliang)

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