Reports suggest Father Paolo Dall'Oglio was taken while walking in a rebel-held eastern Syrian city.
It's believed Al Qaeda-linked fighters in Syria have kidnapped an Italian Jesuit priest.
Reports claim Father Paolo Dall'Oglio was taken while he was walking in a rebel-held eastern Syrian city.
He was expelled from the country last year for helping victims of President Bashar al-Assad's military crackdown. International Lawyer and Church Consultant Dr Harry Hagopian knows the priest well. He told Premier's News Hour he's very outspoken:
Two bishops who disappeared earlier this year in northern Syria still haven't been found.
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