South Sudan Rebels Release Three Captured Foreign Oil Workers

By Nizar Manek and Okech Francis, 31 March 2017
(Bloomberg) --
Rebel forces in South Sudan freed three foreign oil workers who were seized earlier this month, Pakistan’s ambassador to the country said.
Two Indians captured on March 8 and a Pakistani seized on March 18 were freed on Thursday night, Asghar Ali Golo said in a mobile-phone text message. The men were transferred to Khartoum, the capital of neighboring Sudan, from where they will be flown to their respective countries, he said.
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