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On April 3, Libyan officials gave up correspondent Lotfi Al Masoudi.
Kamel Al-Tallou and Ammar Al-Hamdan, both cameramen, remain in the custody of pro-Gaddafi forces. They have been with Al Jazeera since 2009 and 2006, respectively.
Accoring to the Committee to Protect Journalists, there have been more than 60 attacks on the press since the start of the Libyan revolt in February. Two people have died.