This undated and unlocated photo provided Wednesday, Feb.6, 2013 by the Support Committee for Philippe Verdon and Serge Lazarevic shows Frenchman Serge Lazarevic, hostage in Mali. (AP Photo/Comite de Soutien pour Philippe Verdon et Serge Lazarevic)
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France's only remaining hostage held abroad, Serge Lazarevic, who was kidnapped in Mali in 2011, has been freed and is in "relatively good health," French President Francois Hollande said Tuesday.Hollande said Lazarevic would be met by his daughter in the Nigerian capital Niamey before making his way back to France where he and his family would be welcomed by the president.Hollande thanked authorities in Mali and Niger for their assistance in securing Lazarevic's release.
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