Militants in Paraguay have freed a former vice president who they kidnapped last week, reports the Guardian (U.K.).
Oscar Denis was taken from his home in Amambay department on Sept. 9 along with one of his employees.
A note found at the scene attributed the attack to the Paraguayan People’s Army (EPP), a communist militant group.
The group threatened to kill the former vice president if two EPP leaders were not released by Sept. 13.
Both men were freed on Sept. 14 under unclear...