French hostage Isabelle Prime, who was released in Yemen after nearly six months of captivity, arrived in neighbouring Oman on Friday on her way home, the official ONA news agency said.
The French presidency announced late Thursday that 30-year-old Prime, who worked as a consultant on a World Bank-funded project in Yemen, had been freed by her captors.
The Omani foreign ministry said efforts by the Gulf nation "in coordination with certain Yemeni parties" had helped track her down.
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