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Published: Wednesday 05 April, 2017

Australian envoys withdrawn and businessman still missing A DOZEN Australians remain in the Nike Air Max Mens Libyan capital, Tripoli, Australia's diplomatic team has been evacuated to Malta and concerns grow for an Australian businessman taken by security forces several days ago. As the revolt against Muammar Gaddafi continues to grow and the fighting in and around Tripoli has intensified, Australia yesterday followed the lead of the US, Canada and Britain in pulling their diplomats out of the country. The Australian consul general, Tom Yates, and his two consular staff landed in Malta about 7am Sydney time yesterday after flying out of Libya with a group of British and Canadian diplomats. While 70 Australians have been evacuated including 18 by a ferry to Malta 32 s remain in Libya, including 12 people trapped in the middle of the fighting in Tripoli.

All but one of them have been contacted. ''A number have made their own separate arrangements to get out and a number of dual nationals have also indicated that they themselves wish to stay,'' the Foreign Minister, Kevin Rudd, told the Nike Air Max 90. Concerns continued to be held for an Australian businessman who was arrested by Libyan security forces several days ago and has not been heard from since. ''We've been making inquiries about his welfare but we have been unable at this stage to confirm his location or to get in contact with him,'' the Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, told Channel Nine yesterday. Mr Rudd also revealed that another Australian man who had been detained by security forces in December has been released. Latest News Gino and Mark Stocco will o the wisps in Kelly Gang countryThe unlikely new capital of global chia productionTownsville Crocs stun Perth Wildcats in NBL game at Perth ArenaKathy Jackson and Michael Lawler are the ultimate cuddly coupleBill Shorten starts to become an issue for Labor Editor Picks Female engineers needto makea standMaitland a Big Thing on Australia map PHOTOS.

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