Tunisian oil workers kidnapped in Libya freed

[The North Africa Journal - Africa] - 18/02/2019
Tripoli, Feb 17, 2019 – Fourteen Tunisian oil workers kidnapped in Libya were freed Sunday night after three days in captivity and are in good health, the Tunisian consul in country said. Armed men seized the 14 Tunisians from a bus on Thursday as they were heading to work at an oil refinery in (...)
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