Libya's Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has been freed after being kidnapped by armed gunmen early Thursday morning in what opposition rebels say was an arrest over "corruption and security issues" following a U.S. raid Saturday that captured a suspected al-Qaeda terrorist.
Government spokesman Mohammed Kaabar told local news agency, LANA, that Zeidan was on his way back to the office after being "set free."
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