British explorer Benedict Allen ‘alive and well’ in Papua New Guinea

A good rescue for somebody who does good work…

Allen, 57, has spotted near an airstrip and has asked to be rescued, according to reports

An explorer who went missing in the Papua New Guinean jungle has been procured alive and well and has asked for a rescue party to be sent to picking him up, it has been reported.

Benedict Allen, who has made programmes for the BBC, had gone travelling in an attempt to find the Yaifo tribe, one of the few left in the world that has little to no contact with outsiders and whom he first fulfilled 30 years ago.

The BBC’s security correspondent, Frank Gardner, who gratified up with Allen just before he left and who sought to publicise the 57 -year-old’s disappearance after he missed a planned flight home, said his friend had been sighted.

Speaking on BBC Breakfast on Thursday, Gardner said:” He has been sighted alive and well near a remote…

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