Aid workers kidnapped in Ethiopia freed-Irish gov
Two International Committee of the Red Cross workers abducted earlier this week in southern Ethiopia have been released unharmed, the Irish government said on Saturday.
“He was released and is now safely back in his base,” a spokesman for Ireland’s Department of Foreign Affairs said of Irish aid worker Donal O’Suilleabhain. His Ethiopian colleague had also been freed as part of what had been an unconditional release, the spokesman said, adding that both were “very well, completely unharmed”. Full Story