Kenya: Police arrest driver of abducted Cuban doctors

The doctors were heading to a government hospital where they had been working for close to a year treating patients from Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia.

    The police investigating the abduction of two Cuban doctors in Kenya have arrested their driver.

    The anti-terror police are looking into whether he had links with people in Somalia.

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports from Mandera.


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