Gunmen abducted two workers from the medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres from the Dadaab refugee complex in Kenya Thursday, agency staff told CNN.
The two women from Spain were part of the international staff working for MSF, also known by its English name, Doctors Without Borders, an MSF staff member said.
The attack took place in a new camp known as Ifo 3, the staffer said. He said the two women as well as their pickup were missing. The driver was shot in the neck.
A Spanish Foreign Ministry spokesman in Madrid confirmed the kidnapping. He said the women worked in logistics for the agency, but would not provide their identities or further details about the incident. He said their families have been informed.FULL STORY