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The decapitated body of Kenneth Bigley, a British engineer kidnapped in Iraq

Hostage Margaret Hassan has made an emotional appeal for British forces to withdraw from Iraq in a video broadcast on Aljazeera.
The Muslim Council of Britain, which sent two envoys to Iraq to help secure the release of captive Kenneth Bigley, says it is appalled by reports that he has been killed.

British Iraq captive Kenneth Bigley may have been handed over to a new group, his brother Paul says.

Dutch intelligence officers are reported to have raided the Amsterdam home of the brother of Kenneth Bigley, the British engineer held captive in Iraq.
British captive Kenneth Bigley has appeared in a videotape broadcast on Aljazeera, pleading with Prime Minister Tony Blair to meet the demands of his captors to release female prisoners in Iraq.
The brother of the British captive held in Iraq and a London-based cleric have said they received information that engineer Kenneth Bigley is still alive.

Britain says it has distributed 50,000 leaflets round Baghdad in an appeal for information about a UK national seized from his home eight days ago.

Iraq's interim prime minister has backed a US decision not to release a female prisoner despite the possibility it may spell the death of a British captive.
Efforts to help save the life of British national Kenneth Bigley held captive in Iraq have intensified as Irish politicians appealed to his captors.
Odai Sirri
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