Al Jazeera calls for release of journalists in Libya

April 13, 2011 19:01

DUBAI - Qatar-based satellite channel Al Jazeera called on Wednesday for the release of two journalists still in detention in western Libya.

The reporting team of two correspondents and two cameramen was arrested near Zintan last month.

Ahmed Vall Ould-Eddin was released to the Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, following the freeing of Lotfi al-Massoudi last week.

But Ammar al-Hamadan from Norway, and Kamel al-Tallou from Britain remain in detention, Al Jazeera said in a statement.

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