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Gunmen Kidnap Libya Deputy Foreign Minister


AL-BAIDA: Gunmen kidnapped a Libyan deputy foreign minister from his hotel room today in the eastern city of Al-Baida where the recognised government is based, a ministry official said.

The kidnappers told staff they were members of the security forces when they entered the hotel before dawn, the official said, citing witnesses.
No group immediately claimed his abduction but Libya has been rocked by a spate of kidnappings of both foreigners and Libyans since the overthrow of longtime dictator Muammar Gaddafi in a NATO-backed uprising in 2011.

The oil-rich North African nation is awash with weapons and has two rival governments and powerful militias battling for territory.

The internationally recognised government has been based in the remote east since an Islamist-backed militia alliance seized the capital last August.

Al-Baida lies 1,200 kilometres (750 miles) from Tripoli. The government established its headquarters in the city after initially taking refuge in the towns of Tobruk and Shohat further east.

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