European envoy leaves Libya with Bulgarian nurses

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July 24, 2007 07:57

 
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Five Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor sentenced to life in prison in Libya for allegedly contaminating children with the AIDS virus left Tripoli on Tuesday on board a plane with the French president's wife, France's presidential palace said. The delegation, which arrived in Tripoli on Sunday to negotiate their release, included the European Union commissioner for foreign affairs, Benita Ferrero-Waldner, and chief French presidential aide Claude Gueant. The plane was heading to Bulgaria, the Elysee Palace said.

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