Two journalists from the UK were snatched by a Libyan militia after members of the group mistook their native Welsh language for Hebrew, the BBC reported on Tuesday.
Gareth Montgomery-Johnson and Nicholas Davies-Jones were taken in Tripoli last month, after the Misrata Brigade accused them of being Israeli spies.
"They thought this was Hebrew and we were Israeli spies," Montgomery-Johnson told the BBC.
The two were handed over to the British Interior Minister March 14, and were flown back to the UK on Monday, according to the report. Read the full story here