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Two Czech national women kidnapped in Pakistan in 2013 released

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PRAGUE: The Czech government said on Thursday, two Czech tourist who were kidnapped by gunmen two year ago in 2013 as they were travelling on a bus through Balochistan province of Pakistan have been released.

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Czech Government spokesman Martin Ayer says the two women arrived in the Czech Republic Saturday morning.

” I can confirm that Hana Humpalova and Anitonie Chrastecka have already returned to the Czech Republic,” the Czech Premier told to private news channel.

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Hana Humpalova and Antonie Charstecka were on the road  from Iran to Quetta, provincial capital of Balochistan, when they were kidnapped in March 2013.

 

The kidnappers first release a video of two girls saying that Dr. Afia Siddiqui, the Pakistani national imprisoned in the US on charges of alleged link to Al Qaeda, should be released.

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