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Haftar’s forces storm houses of opponents in Libya’s Sabha

After incidents of looting, robberies and kidnappings and storming of houses were recorded done by forces under Khalifa Haftar’s command in Sabha, southern Libya, several tribesmen and elders in the city had issued a statement rejecting the presence of those force.

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ICC starts probe into violations at Tripoli-based Mitiga prison

The Libyan Human Rights Solidarity organization said Tuesday on Facebook that the International Criminal Court (ICC) had opened an investigation into human rights violations at Mitiga prison that is run by Special Deterrence Force (SDF) in Tripoli.

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Libya’s Benghazi court removes arrest warrant of Al-Werfalli

The Benghazi Court Martial ruled on Sunday that Mahmoud Al-Werfalli – the commander of Saiqa Force of the self-styled army of Khalifa Haftar – is not wanted for justice any more annulling his arrest warrant, despite the fact that the International Criminal Court has issued two arrest warrants of him.

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Supreme Judiciary Council demands protection for members of legal institutions

The Supreme Judiciary Council demanded the relevant authorities to provide protection for members of the judicial bodies, after the recent attack on the head of Sabha’s District Court Abu Bakr Saleh last Thursday.

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Attorney General Office issues arrest warrants against individuals involved in closure of oil fields

The Attorney General’s Office in Tripoli issued two arrest warrants against two people on charges of inciting the closure of El-Feel and Sharara oil fields in the south-West of the country.

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Tuareg tribesmen denounce AFRICOM airstrike in southwestern Libya, confirm victims were civilians

Members of the Tuareg community gathered in Ubari town in southwestern Libya to condemn in the strongest terms the airstrike conducted by US Africa Command (AFRICOM) near Awaynat town last Thursday, which killed 11 people; AFRICOM claimed they were al-Qaeda militants.

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