Two Italian electrical engineers, Oriano Cantani, 64, left, and Domenico Tedeschi, 36, who were captured eight days ago by unknown militants, speak to reporters after their release by the Syrian army in Damascus, Syria, Friday July 27, 2012. The two engineers who worked at the Deir Ali power plant some 18 miles (30 Kilometers) south of `Damascus, two drivers and a Russian expert were stopped by five or six masked men when they were on their way to the airport on 18 July 2012. (AP Photo/Bassem Tellawi)

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Two Italian electrical engineers, Oriano Cantani, 64, left, and Domenico Tedeschi, 36, who were captured eight days ago by unknown militants, speak to reporters after their release by the Syrian army in Damascus, Syria, Friday July  27, 2012. The two engineers who worked at the Deir Ali power plant some 18 miles (30 Kilometers) south of `Damascus, two drivers and a Russian expert were stopped by five or six masked men when they were on their way to the airport on 18 July 2012. (AP Photo/Bassem Tellawi)
Two Italian electrical engineers, Oriano Cantani, 64, left, and Domenico Tedeschi, 36, who were captured eight days ago by unknown militants, speak to reporters after their release by the Syrian army in Damascus, Syria, Friday July 27, 2012. The two engineers who worked at the Deir Ali power plant some 18 miles (30 Kilometers) south of `Damascus, two drivers and a Russian expert were stopped by five or six masked men when they were on their way to the airport on 18 July 2012. (AP Photo/Bassem Tellawi)
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