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TWO MORE U.N. OFFICIALS TAKEN IN EX-SOVIET STATE
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TWO MORE U.N. OFFICIALS TAKEN IN EX-SOVIET STATE

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Two members of a U.N. observer mission were kidnapped Sunday in a breakaway province of the former Soviet Republic of Georgia, officials said.

The men, one Polish and one Greek, were patrolling the Kodor Gorge in Abkhazia province when they lost contact with the mission office, said Veselin Kostov, political adviser at the U.N. office in Georgia's capital, Tbilisi.It was the latest in a string of kidnappings in the former Soviet republic.

Authorities are still searching for two Spaniards who were captured Nov. 30.

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