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The boy who had been at the back of the room came and sat beside her and put an arm around her shoulder. She felt strangely comforted by him and pressed her head against his chest and sobbed. The man in the chair stood up as two more men came into the room. He snapped out orders in Arabic for them to clean up the room and take the bodies of Anna and Eric and their belongings out in a boat and dump them at sea then take their car away to a garage where its identity could be changed and used by their organization.