A map of Baghdad, Iraq.
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IRAQ – Two Filipino women kidnapped in Iraq on Saturday have been freed, the Diyala province police chief said on Sunday.
The women were travelling with three other Filipinos on a road connecting Baghdad to Kirkuk city when their car broke down, according to military sources.
When the two women got out of the vehicle, they were taken by unknown men who drove up to them in a yellow car.
Sources said the identities or motive of the kidnappers were not yet clear. GAD/Expat Media
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