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After 6 years, family of kidnapped Jesuit is ‘in limbo’; State Dept. offers $5M reward

July 30, 2019

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CWN Editor's Note: Father Paolo Dall’Oglio, an Italian Jesuit who ministered in Syria, was abducted in 2013. A Chaldean bishop there sought “prayers and the truth,” and the US State Department offered a $5-million reward for “information on ISIS kidnapping networks or the people responsible for kidnapping Christian clerics Maher Mahfouz, Michael Kayyal, Gregorios Ibrahim, Bolous Yazigi, and Paolo Dall’Oglio.”

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