In this Friday, Feb. 19, 2016 photo, people gather near a piece of metal with Arabic writing and an illustration of the black flag of ISIS. (AP Photo/Mohamed Ben Khalifa)
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Two Serbian embassy staff members abducted in Libya in November are believed to have been killed Friday in U.S. airstrikes on a suspected ISIS training camp, Serbia's foreign minister said Saturday.Dacic said Serbian authorities had been negotiating the release of the two prior to the attack.More than 40 people, probably including a militant connected to two deadly attacks last year in neighboring Tunisia, were killed in Friday's strikes by U.S. warplanes in western Libya.
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