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UN employee freed in Sudan's Darfur province
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Wednesday, 05 January 2011
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Nairobi/Khartoum - A Hungarian citizen working for the United Nations-African Union peacekeeping mission in Sudan's restive Darfur province has been released after 90 days in captivity, the UN said. The mission, known as UNAMID, said in a statement that the man appeared to be in good health after his release on Wednesday afternoon.

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