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International Criminal Court: We have received reliable reports on 11 mass graves in Tarhuna

The International Criminal Court announced that it had received well-founded information regarding the existence of 11 mass graves discovered in and around the city of Tarhuna in Libya, which likely constitutes evidence of war crimes and crimes against humanity.

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EU voices concern over Sisi’s threats of military intervention in Libya

The European Union said it was concerned about the recent surge in declarations on Libya as they work against the de-escalation of the conflict, the bloc’s chief spokesman for the foreign policy said on Monday, commenting on the Egyptian president’s threat of military intervention.

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