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2012-05-31 | 123 Air crash victims identified, 113 handed over to heirs
123 were identified while 113 were handed over to their aggrieved relatives; meanwhile the DNA test would be conducted of the dead bodies which have not been identified.

2012-05-31 | Maoists kidnap govt official, kill bodyguards
Maoist rebels in India have taken a government official hostage and killed his two bodyguards in the central state of Chhattisgarh, police said on Sunday, in the latest of a series of kidnappings.

2012-05-31 | Identifying bodies a dilemma again
Frankly, most of the bodies were badly mutilated in the unfortunate crash. It were mostly body parts that we collected from the crash site. Only a few were intact,” a senior health officer told Dawn

2012-05-31 | Nadra offers AFIS help to identify disaster victims
The report suggested that one can easily determine that if this would had not been there, many days must be needed in identification of dead bodies. In that case their relatives will have to undergo the stress and agony for fairly long time.

2012-05-31 | Woman lured Saudi kidnap victims to gang
The Iraqi group behind the kidnapping of two Saudi nationals in Lebanon, who have been released, included a female member who was used to lure her unsuspecting victims

2012-05-31 | Libya's kidnappings for ransom show a state mired in chaos
On March 28, I got a phone call from a friend in London telling me that a close mutual friend had been kidnapped by a group of armed men while he was driving in an area west of Tripoli. My friend had been shopping with his wife and three children in the busy Gargaresh district when he was stopped, forced out of the car, severely beaten and taken away.

2012-05-31 | Kidnapped Banker regains freedom after paying N25 Million ransom
Mr Yemi Odusanya, the Regional General Manager, Access Bank Plc, Lagos, who was kidnapped on April 22 regained his freedom on Thursday after the family paid N25 million ransom.

2012-05-31 | British aid worker killed in Pakistan for not paying ransom
The body of a British Red Cross worker held captive in Pakistan since January was found in an orchard Sunday, his throat slit and a note attached to his body saying he was killed because no ransom was paid, police said.

2012-05-31 | Analysis: Tragic death has hallmarks of ransom going wrong
However, it is difficult to know – criminal kidnappers often label themselves as terrorists in order to frighten families into paying large ransoms and terrorist organisations sometimes label themselves as criminals in order to raise money as a sideline.

2012-05-31 | Oil rig worker traumatized after kidnap sues employer
AN OFFSHORE instillation manager, who was kidnapped at gunpoint in the Niger Delta five years ago, is suing his former employers for £250,000 for the trauma he said he suffered as a result of his seven-day ordeal.

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