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Search under way for 2 missing Jordan Times journalists


Photos courtesy of US embassy


By Mahmoud Al Abed and Mohammad Ghazal

AMMAN - The search continued on Wednesday for The Jordan Times editor and reporter Taylor Luck, 23, and freelance writer Holli Chmela, 27, who went missing during a vacation in Lebanon during the Eid Al Fitr holiday.

A statement from the US embassy in Amman yesterday said the families of Chmela and Luck were asking for the public’s assistance in providing information on the possible whereabouts of the two US citizens.

“They have not been heard from since October 1, 2008 when they reportedly departed Beirut en route to Byblos and Tripoli,” the statement said. - Read the full story





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