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Pak kidnapped boy returns home

Pak kidnapped boy returns home
Akila Naqqash is reunited with her five year old son Sahil Saeed following his Pakistan kidnap ordeal on March 18, 2010 in Oldham, England. A ransom of £110,000 is thought to have been paid to free the boy from Oldham, who was found safe and well after he was kidnapped by gunmen in Pakistan. At least five people have been arrested in connection with the case.(Getty Images)
Pak kidnapped boy returns home
Akila Naqqash is reunited with her five year old son Sahil Saeed following his Pakistan kidnap ordeal on March 18, 2010 in Oldham, England. A ransom of £110,000 is thought to have been paid to free the boy from Oldham, who was found safe and well after he was kidnapped by gunmen in Pakistan. At least five people have been arrested in connection with the case.(Getty Images)
Pak kidnapped boy returns home
Akila Naqqash is reunited with her five year old son Sahil Saeed following his Pakistan kidnap ordeal on March 18, 2010 in Oldham, England. A ransom of £110,000 is thought to have been paid to free the boy from Oldham, who was found safe and well after he was kidnapped by gunmen in Pakistan. At least five people have been arrested in connection with the case.(Getty Images)
Pak kidnapped boy returns home
Akila Naqqash is reunited with her five year old son Sahil Saeed following his Pakistan kidnap ordeal on March 18, 2010 in Oldham, England. A ransom of £110,000 is thought to have been paid to free the boy from Oldham, who was found safe and well after he was kidnapped by gunmen in Pakistan. At least five people have been arrested in connection with the case.(Getty Images)
Pak kidnapped boy returns home
Akila Naqqash is reunited with her five year old son Sahil Saeed following his Pakistan kidnap ordeal on March 18, 2010 in Oldham, England. A ransom of £110,000 is thought to have been paid to free the boy from Oldham, who was found safe and well after he was kidnapped by gunmen in Pakistan. At least five people have been arrested in connection with the case.(Getty Images)

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