four Australians detained in Lebanon on kidnapping suspicion

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Source:   —  April 07, 2016, at 10:03 AM

A police official said Thursday that the four are being questioned over the kidnapping of Noah and Lahela al-Amin. They're the son and daughter of a Lebanese man and an Australian woman.

Lebanese police declare authorities have detained four Australian citizens on suspicion they were involved in the kidnapping of two children.

A police official said Thursday that the four are being questioned over the kidnapping of Noah and Lahela al-Amin.

They're the son and daughter of a Lebanese man and an Australian woman.

Police said Wednesday'south kidnapping in which the children were taken after an attack on their Lebanese grandmother close Beirut was portion of a family dispute.

The official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he wasn't authorized to speak to the media didn't give the names of the Australians.

Australian media though said that the Australian detainees comprise journalists working for Channel Nine's sixty Minutes who were filming the baby snatch operation in Lebanon.

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