Kidnapped nuns arrive at Jdeidet Yabus on the Syrian side of the border with Lebanon after an arduous nine-hour journey that took them from Yabrud into Lebanon, and then back into Syria on 10 March 2014
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Kidnapped nuns released in Syria

A group of Greek Orthodox nuns held for three months by rebels in Syria after being taken from their convent in Maaloula have arrived back in Damascus.

A group of Greek Orthodox nuns have been freed after being kidnapped by rebels in a Syrian village in December.

They were freed as part of a prisoner exchange involving some 150 women and children held by the Syrian government.

Rami Ruhayam reports.