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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Jirmy Abu-Masuh
Two American tourists and their Egyptian guide who were abducted by a Bedouin in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula last week were released unharmed on Monday after negotiations with security officials and tribal leaders.
Two American tourists and their Egyptian guide who were abducted by a Bedouin in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula last week were released unharmed Monday, a security official and the kidnapper told the Associated Press.
"We are a people of mercy, and they don't have anything to do with this," Mr. Abu-Masuh said, referring to the Americans.
The kidnapper, Jirmy Abu-Masuh, 32, told the AP that he had handed the three over to security officials near the northern Sinai city of el-Arish on Monday after he was promised that authorities were working on his uncle's release.