Two Italian hostages in Libya freed

Two of four hostages that were kidnapped last July in Libya have been freed

Two Italian hostages in Libya freed

World Bulletin / News Desk

Two Italian civilians held hostage in Libya since last July have been freed, a source close to the case said on Friday, just one day after news outlets reported that after two other captives were killed in Libya

The source said the two freed men were in good health, but provided no other details.

On Thursday, the Italian Foreign Ministry announced that two others, who were kidnapped along them last July, had probably died in a firefight near the western Libyan city of Sabratha.

The four were employees of the Italian construction company Bonatti. They were kidnapped near a compound owned by the oil and gas group Eni.


Güncelleme Tarihi: 04 Mart 2016, 11:51