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Two American Journalists Missing in Lebanon PDF Print E-mail
Written by Naharnet   
Wednesday, 08 October 2008


Two American journalists have reportedly gone missing in Lebanon, the daily Al Akhbar reported Wednesday.

Citing a security source, Al Akhbar, which is close to Hizbullah, said the two journalists work for the Jordan Times.

It said the journalists, identified as Taylor Luke, 23, and Hollie Camella, 27, arrived in Beirut Sept. 29.

They have not been heard from since they left their hotel in Hamra Sept. 30.

Al Akhbar quoted the security source as saying that "friends" of the missing journalists have launched a search for their loved ones, but have failed to find them. 

Beirut, 08 Oct 08, 10:45


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