KINSHASA:- Three Red Cross workers kidnapped by armed men in the restive eastern Democratic Republic of Congo have been released, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said Saturday. “We are relieved that their ordeal is over and that they are now back, safe and sound, with their families It’s the end of their ordeal,” said the head of the ICRC’s delegation in DR Congo, Alessandra Menegon.“However, we deeply regret that this abduction took place.–AFP

These kind of acts put at risk the work of aid workers who are trying to help people who are suffering greatly from conflict,” Menegon said in a statement.