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>> Two British tourists and their Congolese driver held hostage in Democratic Republic of Congo have been released. That's according to Virunga National Park where Robert Justy and Bethen Davies were were abducted along with their driver on Friday. Park Ranger Rachel Makisa Baraka was critically injured when armed assailants attacked the vehicle the four were travelling in.
He later died in hospital. In a statement released by Britain's foreign office, the two freed hostages said they were grateful for the support they had received. Eastern Congo has been a scene of waves of violence over the past two and a half decades. And rebel groups and militia still control vast swathes of the territory.
More than 175 rangers have died protecting this park.