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Maltese worker kidnapped in Libya freed

Smoke billows from the site of clashes on the road leading to the airport in the Libyan capital Tripoli on July 20, 2014A Maltese worker who was abducted by Libyan rebels on the outskirts of Tripoli on July 17 has been freed and arrived home safely in Valletta on Monday, authorities said. Martin Galea, 40, a health and safety professional who worked for an oil and gas company, appeared to be in good health but was taken to hospital for a thorough examination. “I don’t have words to thank all those who helped in whatever way to save my life,” Galea said after being welcomed home by his wife and friends. Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, who also met Galea at the airport, said no ransom had been paid for his release.

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