Libya: Doctors kidnapped on the way to Ghadames, released

On Wednesday, October 24, Tripoli’s Medical Chamber announced the release of six doctors who had previously been kidnapped and transferred to the city of Zintan.

The medical workers were kidnapped more than ten days ago on their way to Ghadames city while they were in a medical convoy.

According to the representatives of the medical chamber, the doctors arrived in Tripoli the night before, and for the moment are safe.

Earlier, the families of the kidnapped doctors, as well as their colleagues, had organized a protest demanding their release.

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