Militants who have seized large swathes of territory In Iraq have released 48 foreigners, including four Turks, held captive for several days.
There is no news of the 40 Indian workers, captured near the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.
The released foreigners are construction workers from Turkey, Nepal, Bangladesh, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan, who were helping build a hospital in the now insurgent-held city of Tikrit.
Militants have seized many foreigners, including Indians and more than 40 Turks. India claimed on Thursday that the 40 Indian nationals abducted from the northern Iraq city of Mosul are “safe” and that it knew the location where they are being held captive.
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