KHARTOUM (Reuters) - French aid worker Laurent Maurice, who was kidnapped in Chad last year, was released in good health on Saturday after three months in captivity, an International Committee for the Red Cross official said. Laurent, who was abducted in Chad, is released and on his way to Khartoum, ICRC spokesman Saleh Dabbakeh told Reuters. One other ICRC worker, who was kidnapped in Darfur and has dual British-French nationality, remained in captivity, Dabbakeh said. Maurice was captured on Nov 9 by armed men in eastern Chad, the ICRC said at the time, leading the aid group to suspend temporarily its activities in the region. It said he was seized in the village of Kawa, near the border with Sudan. Three weeks later a group purporting to have captured him and two other French aid workers threatened to kill them unless French authorities began negotiations. The two other hostages were seized in the Central African Republic and worked for the French-based aid agency Triangle.