An American development worker and Peace Corps veteran who was kidnapped more than two years ago from his home in Pakistan by men claiming to be affiliated with al-Qaida, asks President Obama in a newly released video “to instruct your appropriate officials to negotiate my release.”
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American Kidnapped By Al-Qaida In Pakistan Seen In Video
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