Spain to seek Syrian government help to find journalists

Spain to seek Syrian government help to find journalistsMADRID (AP) — Spain said Wednesday that it is trying to establish what happened to three Spanish freelance journalists who went missing around the embattled northern Syrian city of Aleppo. A fourth journalist, a Japanese national, also is presumed missing in Syria.


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