Tunisian Female prisoners to be released from Libyan jails
The Libyan Elders Council Secretary General, Ayoub Al-Shara, affirmed Tuesday the release of three Tunisian female prisoners from Libyan prisons following an order from Libya’s General Attorney office.
Meanwhile, civil activists, especially, Mustafa Abdulkabeer, said that the number of the Tunisian detainees in Libya amounts to 110, many of whom had secretly entered Libya to join terrorist groups.
Following up a press symposium for the Tunisian Observatory for Human Rights and Libya Elders’ council, Abdulkabeer pointed that an agreement was reached with the Libyan authorities regarding the release of female prisoners, and they could be freed and returned to Tunisia before the beginning of the new yea.
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