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Poland demands immediate release of OSCE hostages
April 29, 2014   
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Poland's Foreign Ministry and Defense Ministry demanded that the
Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) observers being held captive by pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine are immediately and unconditionally released, the ministries said in a joint statement.

The group of OSCE observers was hijacked in a bus on Friday while nearing a checkpoint on the outskirts of Slovyansk, eastern Ukraine.
One of the kidnapped is an officer of the Polish army, they said.

On Monday a Swedish citizen, who suffers from diabetes, was released, but the remaining five hostages, including three Germans, a Czech and a Dane, remain in custody.
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