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A two-year-old boy who disappeared along with his mother over a year ago has been found, a judge has said.
Emmanuel Biendarra, 2, was taken abroad by his mother Kristina Nobis after his dad granted permission for the toddler to stay with her late last year.
Mr Justice Peel of the Family Division of the High Court in London appealed for information about the child’s whereabouts in November.
At the time, his father, who has not been named, said he was "devastated by Emmanuel’s sudden disappearance".
He added: "I am so worried about his safety and urge anyone who knows anything to come forward and assist."
Mr Peel, who is overhearing private hearings centred on Emmanuel, told a court on Thursday, December 17 Emmanuel has been found.
He was discovered in Germany and is now back in Britain with her father.
Concerns for the welfare of Emmanuel were very high and his family urged for the safe return of the boy, who disappeared December 1 2019.
In a press release earlier this year, Mr Peel said Emmanuel's discovery was a matter of "urgency" and anybody with information about his location should contact authorities.
He told reporters: "It is believed that Emmanuel may now be with his mother in Germany, Switzerland, Austria or other parts of central Europe."
"The High Court and Mr Justice Peel are very concerned.
"Mr Justice Peel requests that as a matter of urgency anybody who knows anything which can assist in locating Emmanuel should get in touch as soon as possible.
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"Emmanuel lived with his father under court orders and it was agreed that his mother, Kristina Nobis, a German national, could have him to stay on the weekend of 30 November and 1 December 2019.
"At the end of the weekend, Emmanuel's mother did not return him and he has not been seen since."
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