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Abducted Libya intelligence deputy freed: Security source

AFP , Monday 18 Nov 2013
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Libya's deputy intelligence chief Mustafa Nuh was freed by his abductors on Monday a day after they seized him near Tripoli airport, a source in the intelligence services said.

"Nuh was freed today," the source said on condition of anonymity, without giving further details.

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