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Recruitment of Indonesian nurses and medical staff mulled in Benghazi

By Libya Herald reporter. Tunis, 10 August 2017: The possibility of recruiting new nurses and other medical staff from Indonesia was top of the agenda in talks in Benghazi yesterday between the Indonesian ambassador and the city’s acting mayor Abdulrahman Elabber as well as with officials at the Benghazi Medical Centre (BMC). It was Ambassador Raudin […]Original Article

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