By Libya Herald reporter.
Malta, 25 January 2015:
Unidentified gunmen abducted a Legal Adviser at the health sector, Akram Aburas, in downtown Tripoli . . .[restrict], the pro-Thinni government LANA news agency reports.
LANA reported that Ministry of Health sources confirmed Aburas’s abduction on Thursday night by unknown gunmen and without any apparent reasons, but did not confirm where exactly the incident happened.
The incident comes only a week after the armed kidnapping of Samir Kamal, NOC Director for Planning and Libya’s OPEC representative, from his place of work in Tripoli.
The incidents of kidnappings and car-jackings have increased greatly after the increased breakdown of law and order in Libya post the 2011 revolution. They have continued equally unabated during the control of Libya Dawn forces over the capital Tripoli, despite their protestations that ‘’Tripoli is safe’’. [/restrict]