Picture of a Swedish teen captured and freed in Somalia and her mother

Swedish Police in Ethiopia

The security section of the Swedish police has confirmed that it has sent agents to visit three Swedes being held in Ethiopia as terror suspects, but says they did not interrogate the prisoners.

Meanwhile, Swedish Radio reports that the security police tried to recruit the brother of one of the captives, saying he could be freed sooner.

A pregnant Swedish teenager who was released at the end of last month after being detained on the Somali-Kenyan border said she was taken into custody by American troops and interrogated by Western intelligence officers.

The Swedish security police say the were asked by the Foreign Ministry to get in contact with the captive Swedes.

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