Four U.S. Military Personnel Freed From Custody In Libya

(Washington, DC) -- The four U.S. military personnel taken into custody by the Libyan government are now free. U.S. officials said they were held for several hours before being released early Saturday morning. It's not known why the four were detained. They were reportedly taken into custody while reviewing possible evacuation routes for U.S. diplomats in the country when an incident took place at a security checkpoint.