Hostages

Some articles on hostages, hostage:

The Three Hostages (film)
... The Three Hostages is a 1977 British television film directed by Clive Donner and based on the John Buchan thriller novel The Three Hostages ... follows his attempt to recover three hostages taken prisoner by a shadowy criminal organisation ...
List Of Terrorist Incidents, 2007 - July
... Two of the female hostages report being repeatedly raped ... negotiations between the parties, all the hostages are released ... by the end of 2007 in exchange for the release of the hostages ...
Lebanon Hostage Crisis
... The Lebanon hostage crisis refers to the systematic kidnapping in Lebanon of 96 foreign hostages of 21 national origins – mostly American and western European ... At least 8 hostages perished in captivity some murdered, while others died from lack of adequate medical attention to illnesses ... taking responsibility for the kidnapping used different names, but the testimony of former hostages indicates almost all the "groups" were actually one ...
List Of Terrorist Incidents, 1975
... gunmen from Lebanon take dozens of hostages at the Tel Aviv Savoy Hotel, eventually killing eight hostages and three IDF soldiers, and wounding eleven hostages ... the Jackal and his rebels attack OPEC headquarters in Vienna and take over 60 hostages - mostly they were OPEC countries' leaders ... On December 22, the hostages and rebels are transported in a DC-9 to Algiers where 30 hostages were freed the plane was then flown to Tripoli, Libya, where more ...
List Of Political Hostages Held By FARC
... that the FARC presently have hundreds of hostages who are held for ransom ... The following list of former hostages are what the FARC called "canjeables" (exchangeable), as they offered their freedom in return for the liberty of 500 FARC members held in ... The FARC released their last political hostages in April 2012 ...

Famous quotes containing the word hostages:

    He that hath wife and children hath given hostages to fortune; for they are impediments to great enterprises, either of virtue or mischief.
    Francis Bacon (1561–1626)