Kidnapped Libyan diplomats released in South Africa
Libya-South Africa, Politics, 11/14/2000
The police in South Africa has released two Libyan diplomats who were kidnapped during last week's end with the aim to get a ransom.
The official radio in South Africa said on Monday that the police arrested the diplomats six kidnappers and released the two hostages who are in a good health.
A source at the police said the kidnappers were arrested in a meeting prepared for paying a ransom of 50,000 rands( The currency of South Africa) ( US $ 6500 ) the kidnappers demanded for releasing the two Libyans.
The radio added that the police also found four machine guns and three cars.
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