Italy: no ransom paid for Italian hostages in Libya

Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni with Defense Minister Roberta Pinotti inside Senate to talk about Libya, Rome, 09 March 2016. Gentiloni said no ransom was paid to win the release of Italian hostages held for nearly eight months in Libya. Two of the hostages escaped last week after being left unattended in a hideout in the western Libyan city of Sabratha, while the other two died in a shootout while being transferred to another location. ANSA/ GIUSEPPE LAMI

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