‘I was certain that I would return’: ex-hostage Sophie Pétronin reunited with her son in Mali

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    Sophie Pétronin, a French aid worker who was the last French hostage in the world, landed in the capital Bamako to an emotional reunion with her son after being released alongside a top Malian politician.

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