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UK explorer reported missing on Papua New Guinea expedition

Seattle Times Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
LONDON (AP) — The family of British explorer Benedict Allen says he has gone missing during an expedition in Papua New Guinea. The 57-year-old adventurer was attempting to make contact with a remote tribe, the Yaifo, whom he first visited 30 years ago. He wrote in September that the Yaifo were “the remotest people in […]
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