A police vehicle is seen parked in front of the Tunisian consulate in Tripoli, Libya June 13, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny
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Three of 10 Tunisian consular staff kidnapped in Libya last week have been freed and negotiations over the other hostages are continuing, a Libyan official and a Tunisian source said Tuesday.Tunisia is one of the few countries to keep a diplomatic presence in Tripoli since an armed faction called Libya Dawn took over the capital last year and forced the internationally recognized government to flee to the east of the country.No group has claimed responsibility for the kidnapping, but Tunisian authorities last month arrested Walid Kalib, a member of Libya Dawn.
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