Libya: IOM staffer Rania Kharma freed by Sabha police
The staffer of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) Rania Kharma who was kidnapped days ago in southern Libya was freed by Sabha police department on Tuesday.
According to local sources from Sabha, the police department and personnel coordinated with the elders of Sabha and talked to the abductors and managed to convince them to release the hostage.
According to the sources, Rania Kharam was well and in good health conditions.
Kharma was kidnapped between Sabha and Brak Al-Shaati in southern Libya with another staffer and a driver, who were release the second day before Rania was freed today.
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