After a six-year gap, the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague has issued an arrest warrant for a member of the former Qafddafi regime. It has announced the unsealing of the warrant for Al-Tuhamy Mohamed Khaled, the head of the regime’s internal security, for crimes committed during the 2011 revolution.
For the first time in three years, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has held training sessions inside some of Libya’s migrant detention centres on the of migrants’ human rights.
The municipal council of Sabha in the south of Libya has denied that it ever held a market for selling African immigrants as salves in the city.
Hundreds of African refugees and migrants passing through Libya are being bought and sold in modern-day slave markets before being held for ransom or used as forced labour or for sexual exploitation, survivors have told the UN’s migration agency.
Civilian suffering and widespread human rights violations are often one of the most disturbing outcomes of armed conflicts, such as the raging civil war that has gripped Libya for the past three years.
The UN Human Rights Council today told the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights to gather information on human rights abuses in Libya so as to be able to initiate proceedings against those responsible.
A report issued by Human Rights Watch (HRW), on Wednesday, about the humanitarian and war crimes of the army of the Dignity Operation that led by General Khalifa Haftar in Benghazi.
The Libyan National Commission for Human Rights (LNCHR) has denounced the executions carried out illegally by the commander of the Sayeqa Special Forces of Operation Dignity, Mahmoud Al-Wirfalli.
Benghazi IDPs Association: Ganfouda case to send all Dignity Operation leaders to national, international courts
The Benghazi IDPs Association has stressed that Ganfouda case will bring down all of the Dignity Operation leaders and make them stand trial before national and international courts.
The Presidential Council (PC) of the Government National Accord (GNA) said in a statement, on Sunday, that it had followed up what the elements, who claim that they are from the Libyan Army, in Benghazi, who dug up the graves and abused the corpses in an awful way.”