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Humanitarian aid worker Kenneth Gluck

Humanitarian aid worker Kenneth Gluck. He was working with Doctors Without Borders in Chechnya when he was kidnapped and held for 26 days. He was released on February 3rd. Gluck still isnt sure who kidnapped him or who freed him. It could have been Chechen gangs, who have seized other humanitarian workers. Or it could have been Russian authorities who staged the abduction for propoganda purposes. The Russians claimed credit for freeing him.

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