CAIRO - Al Jazeera television said on
Saturday that the Libyan authorities had detained one of its
reporting teams several days ago when working in west Libya.
The channel said, in a report on its website, that the team
included two correspondents, one Tunisian and another
Mauritanian, and two cameramen, one Norwegian and one British.
An Al Jazeera official said the Qatar-based channel held the
Libyan authorities responsible for the team's safety and said
there were regional efforts to secure the team's release.