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Ambassador visits lawyer detained in Libya

Tripoli : Libya | Jun 12, 2012 at 2:39 PM PDT
Source: Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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The ambassador designate to Libya, David Ritchie, travelled to Zintan where Ms Taylor is being held along with three colleagues, and spoke to her for over an hour. Foreign Minister Bob Carr says Mr Ritchie told him that the group is holding up well but may be there for sometime. FULL ARTICLE AT Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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International Criminal Court lawyer Melinda Taylor(R) and her Lebanese translator walk after being released by a Zintan brigade that detained them for three weeks ago in Zintane
International Criminal Court lawyer Melinda Taylor(R) and her Lebanese translator walk after being released by a Zintan brigade that detained them for three weeks ago in Zintane
 
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