Kidnappers free Libya's deputy spy chief: official
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Kidnappers have freed Libya's deputy intelligence chief a day after he was abducted from Tripoli's international airport, a senior parliamentary security committee official said on Monday.
Mustafa Noah, head of the agency's espionage unit, was bundled into a car on Sunday as he left the airport, security sources said. He had no bodyguards with him at the time.
(Reporting by Ghaith Shennib; writing by Patrick Markey; Editing by Janet Lawrence)
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