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International Criminal Court: Any agreement in Libya will not prevent the arrest of criminals

The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensoda, has said that her office received credible information confirming that Haftar’s militias committed criminal acts during their attack on Tripoli, stressing that any agreement between the parties to the crisis would not prevent the arrest of those involved in crimes.

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Senators press Trump administration on Libya arms embargo

A group of senators pressed the State Department on Tuesday to take action to curb widespread violations of a United Nations arms embargo on Libya and ensure that U.S.-manufactured weaponry and equipment are not used in the country’s prolonged conflict.

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ICC Prosecutor calls for Libya ceasefire progress, decries ‘powerful forces’ hampering global justice

The Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court (ICC) is urging Libya’s warring parties to implement their recent historic ceasefire agreement, calling it a “welcome concrete development” for a population that has been yearning for peace.

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