Libyan sources said that unknown gunmen kidnapped former Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan while he was in a hotel in the Libyan capital Tripoli.
According to the sources, an armed group raided the hotel “Al-Sharq” in downtown Tripoli, where Zeidan lives, and taken him to an unknown destination.
This is the second time Zeidan has been kidnapped. He was abducted by gunmen when he was prime minister in 2013 and was freed hours later.
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