HEALTH STAFF IN SOUTHERN LIBYA STRIKE AFTER DOCTOR'S KIDNAPPING

Medical staff in the southern Libyan city of Sabha said Monday they were suspending work for 10 days in protest over poor security after a doctor was kidnapped.

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