Sunday, May 22, 2011

The rebels freed four French Libyans held in Benghazi

Paris. .- The four French nationals held by the Libyan rebels since last May 11 in his stronghold of Benghazi, said Saturday the French Foreign Ministry. The four men, who have not been publicly identified, are already in Egypt, where they have already met with officials of the French diplomatic mission.

The detainees were part of a group of five French citizens detained by police at a checkpoint. The fifth, Pierre Marziali, was shot and later died at a hospital in Benghazi. Marziali was the founder of the security firm SECOPEX.

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