Chourabi and Gtari alleged to be alive according to Libyan private television | Tunisia News Gazette

Chourabi and Gtari alleged to be alive according to Libyan private television

Journalists Sofiene Chourabi and Nadhir Gtari are allegedly still alive, according to informed sources from the private Libyan television network “218 TV”, contradicting the thesis that the two journalists were killed by terrorists earlier this year.

These sources who preferred not to reveal their identity told TAP that Chourabi and Gtari are currently held in a location between Syrte and Beni Walid. This place has been transformed into a prison by extremist groups since they control the region, the same sources said specifying that the channel will broadcast this Sunday in the 8 p.m. news, statements of the mother of journalist Nadhir Gtari on this subject.

Contacted by TAP, President of the National Union of Tunisian Journalists Neji Bghouri, questioned this information broadcast by the Libyan channel. For the union, he said, the news is not credible as long as it does not rely on official or military sources.

Neither the Tunisian government nor the judiciary played their proper role in seeking the truth, regrets Bghouri.

Journalists SofiAne Chourabi and Nadhir Gtari were kidnapped on 8 September 2014 by an armed group while they were conducting an investigation on the monitoring of oil fields in Ajdabiya on behalf of the Tunisian private television chain First TV.

Source: TAP News Agency

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