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Libya’s Presidential Council demands Haftar be listed for UN sanctions

The Libyan Presidential Council has condemned airstrikes on the Equestrian Club in Janzour, western Tripoli, that injured a number of children, calling for sending a fact-finding mission to document the violations and list Khalifa Haftar for UN Security Council sanctions.

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After new elections, members of Libya’s Supreme Judiciary Council hold first meeting in Tripoli

Libya’s Supreme Judiciary Council announced yesterday the completion of the elections of its members. It said it was proud to announce that despite the country’s political split the Council was able to democratically and smoothly elect its members in a transparent manner, safeguarding its independence and integrity.

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs calls for an international investigation in migrants massacre in Tajoura

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that it will request the United Nations and the international community to investigate the criminal bombing committed by Hafter’s forces, against the shelter in Tajoura suburb of Tripoli.

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ICC ‘to deploy war crimes investigators to Libya’s Tripoli’

The International Criminal Court will deploy a team of investigators to Libya at the request of the internationally recognised government, as rogue general Khalifa Haftar presses an offensive to seize the capital, killing hundreds of civilians.

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Tripoli Orders Military Prosecutor to Issue Arrest Warrant for Haftar – Reports

Earlier, the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord slammed Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar’s Libyan National Army amid its advance into the Libyan capital, calling a recent attack on a city airport a “war crime” and a violation of “all national laws and international agreements.”

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Libya: Protesters demand release of Gaddafi-era spy chief Senussi

Relatives and supporters of Libya‘s Gaddafi-era intelligence chief, jailed for his alleged role in a bloody crackdown during the country’s 2011 uprising, protested in Tripoli on Saturday to demand his release.

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