Nybroe told DR he was held in Syria.
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A Beirut-based Danish journalist has been freed after being abducted in Lebanon and held hostage for almost one month, his former employer, Danish broadcaster DR, said Friday.Nybroe was kidnapped by "criminal gangs" after renting a car in Beirut and driving toward the Bekaa Valley, near the Syrian border, together with a Lebanese journalist, Danish media reported.The abduction was kept secret until Friday out of concern for the families of the two journalists, according to Danish daily Politiken, which added the kidnappers had demanded a ransom.
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