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Will Libya back away from allowing Gaddafi to stand trial at the ICC?

It appears that Libya’s Minister of Justice, Mohamed Lamloum, underestimated the public reaction to his statements before the International Criminal Court (ICC) last Tuesday. The ICC was hearing an appeal from the defence team of Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi’s who were disputing the case’s admissibility before the international court.

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Salame: UN mission informed UN Security Council, International Criminal Court on civilian targets bombed in Tripoli

The UN envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame has said that the mission had handed over all information related to the bombing of civilian targets, hospitals, schools, and airports to the UN Security Council, the Committee of Experts on Libya, and the International Criminal Court.

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It’s time for the ICC to indict Haftar for war crimes

The two most reputable international human rights organisations, Amnesty International (AI) and Human Rights Watch (HRW) both issued reports last week detailing major human rights violations and potential war crimes in Haftar’s assault on Tripoli.

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