Malaysian student believed to be safe but whereabouts unknown


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  • Wednesday, 16 Jul 2003

PENANG: Student Mohd Abdullah Osman, who was detained by US troops in Iraq last month, is believed to be safe and in good health, said a Malaysian embassy officer in Syria. 

He said the embassy had been in touch with the US embassy in Syria since July 1 when it was informed of Mohd Abdullah's detention, and “there had been no correspondence from the embassy to state otherwise.” 

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