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How to Survive as a Hostage in Africa

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How to Survive as a Hostage in Africa
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Publisher: Project Gutenber
Number of pages: 27

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It is an unfortunate fact that Westerners are kidnapped in Africa whilst on business. In this guide we presume the worst case. You or your employee is kidnapped and the ransom note delivered. What do you do? This guide will give you the basics to survive not only as a hostage but your Employer to make the right decisions.

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