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Australian TV outlet to review role in Beirut kidnap case

Australian TV journalist Tara Brown, second left, and Sally Faulkner, center, the mother of the two Australian children, sit in a mini van between the three crew members of Channel 9 Australian TV, after they released from the Lebanese jail, in Baabda east of Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday April 20, 2016. An Australian mother and TV crew caught up in a high-profile child custody battle and detained in Beirut amid a botched attempt to take the woman's two children from their Lebanese father have been released on bail. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
SYDNEY (AP) ? An Australian media outlet on Thursday launched an internal investigation into its involvement in a bungled attempt to take an Australian woman's children from their Lebanese father, shortly after the woman and the Australian TV crew were released on bail from a Beirut jail in a dramatic climax to the international child custody battle.

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