GENEVA: Five aid workers who were kidnapped in Syria in January have been freed, medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres said Thursday.
In a statement, MSF said of the five staff members who had been kidnapped by an armed group in January, three had been released on April 4 and the remaining two on Wednesday.
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