1,300 Egyptians Kidnapped in Libya Freed and Deported

A total of 1,300 Egyptians, who were kidnapped in Libya’s eastern city of Bi’r Al-Ashhab, were freed and immediately deported, the Ministry of Interior announced yesterday.

In an official statement, the ministry said that their freedom was achieved following an operation carried out by “various units of the security services.” The statement did not provide details about when they were kidnapped or how long they had been detained.

The ministry emphasized that “The Libyan security services will continue to enforce the law from Tobruk to the Libyan-Egyptian border, and the Musaid border crossing,”

It went on to call on officials and tribal leaders “to lift the veil on criminals and outlaws and bring them to justice.”

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