Libya’s deputy intelligence chief has been released after his abduction yesterday (read the article of this here)
Mustafa Nuh had reportedly been held by gunmen from the western town of Zintan.
Meanwhile, Tripoli is observing a three-day strike after militias from Misrata city opened fire on demonstrators, killing more than 40 people on Friday and Saturday.
The Misrata militia have been ordered to leave Tripoli within three days.
Two years after its revolution, Libya still lacks a stable government.
The rival militias from across the country that helped topple Col Muammar Gaddafi in 2011 have so far refused to disarm.
They seize senior officials to gain political leverage.
Mr Nuh was bundled into a car after arriving at Tripoli international airport on Sunday, but was released on Monday morning.