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French soldier taken hostage in Somalia, after failed rescue attempt

 
Aristide Torchia
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French soldier taken hostage in Somalia, after failed rescue attempt
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Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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Re: French soldier taken hostage in Somalia, after failed rescue attempt
Somalia: French hostage alive but soon found, captured special forces soldier.


NAIROBI - Somali Shebab Islamists have said Saturday that the French hostage held they were still alive after a failed French military operation to free him, but they would find in two days. 's Shebab say also have a French soldier wounded in the operation, and they add that French commandos took with them many of their comrades killed or wounded in the fighting.

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Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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Re: French soldier taken hostage in Somalia, after failed rescue attempt
Learn how to read. The hostage was kidnapped 3 years ago. A rescue attempt resulted in the death of the hostage, 2 French commandos and 17 kidnappers.

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