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UKSF Team Freed By Libyan rebels

06.03.2011

The British special forces unit that was being held by Libyan rebels has now been freed. The team, though to be composed of MI6 Officers and a number of bodyguards from the SAS or SBS, have reportedly left the country after boarding the Royal Navy warship, HMS Cumberland, which had been moored at Benghazi. The precise nature of the team's mission, nor the circumstances of their arrest and subsequent release have been made public. It is suspected that the team's objective was to make contact with key members of the rebel forces in order to open lines of communication and to facilitate future co-operation...






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