Whereabouts of Libyan rape accuser unclear
Eman al-Obeidy makes rape allegations Saturday before journalists at a Tripoli hotel. She hasn't been seen publicly since then.
March 30th, 2011
01:16 PM ET

Whereabouts of Libyan rape accuser unclear

Four days after Eman al-Obeidy publicly accused members of Moammar Gadhafi's militia of raping her, the whereabouts of the 29-year-old woman remain unclear.

The Libyan government said al-Obeidy was freed after being briefly detained.

But she has not been seen publicly since she was dragged away by security men Saturday and bundled into a waiting white car outside the Rixos Hotel after revealing her accusations to journalists.

Aisha Ahmad said she has not heard from her daughter and challenged Gadhafi to air video of her on state television as proof of her well-being.

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