Thursday, August 25, 2011

Libya, the 4 Italian journalists are free

MILAN - The four journalists were freed Italian hostages in Libya on Wednesday morning. Would be taken first in a garage with a small window and then in a private house in Tripoli and from there released and accompanied the rebel-held area. In moments of the kidnapping of the journalists were beaten and robbed of everything: passports, computers, money and satellite phones.

Their driver was killed before their eyes. Giuseppe Sarcina, correspondent for the Corriere della Sera, which has obvious facial injuries. Wednesday morning before noon each other's Sent Courier Rosaspina Elizabeth, was able to call the manager Ferruccio de Bortoli, giving news of their release and has been reassured that they are all well: "They were difficult times and excited, but we're fine ".

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