Three Libyan nationals held previously in Saudi Arabia released from east Libya prison
The three men from Al-Zawiya city who were detained in Saudi Arabia when returning from Umrah in 2017 and then sent to the eastern authorities under Khalifa Haftar have been released after social mediation among times from both regions.
The three men, Mohammed Al-Khadrawi, Mahmoud bin Rajab and Hassan Al-Zayat returned Friday to Al-Zawiya after a city’s delegation mediate it for the release in a previous visit to Khalifa Haftar and his general command.
A fourth Libyan national was in detention in Jeddah but managed in late 2018 to escape and return home.
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