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Two Russians Indicted by Libyan GNA for Attempted Vote Meddling, Meeting With Gaddafi’s Son – Lawyer

Libya’s prosecutor general said last July that two Russian nationals had been arrested in Tripoli in May of 2019 for allegedly trying to meddle in the upcoming elections. The two detainees, Maxim Shugaley and Samir Seifan, are sociologists from the Russian Foundation for the Protection of National Values, according to …

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ICC latest report to UN Security Council on Libya: Military commanders responsible for crimes committed by their forces

In her 5 May report on the situation in Libya to the UN Security Council, International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, as stipulated by UNSCR 1970 of 2011, Bensouda said that military commanders can be held responsible for crimes committed by their forces and have a duty to prevent …

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ICC working on new Libya arrest warrants over suspected Haftar war crimes

The International Criminal Court’s (ICC) prosecutor said on Tuesday her office is working on new arrest warrants in Libya, pointing out that military commanders may be held responsible for crimes committed by their forces, namely the targeting of civilians with air strikes and artillery fire.

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Medical doctor, paramedic companion killed in pro-Haftar Al-Kani militia crime

Tarhouna-based Al-Kani militias of Khalifa Haftar’s forces have killed a medical doctor named Othman Al-Tajouri and his paramedic companion Sulaiman Mayouf in Garabulli area as they targeted the car came under fire of the militias. Two other doctors have been injured.

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Gaddafi Supporters Rise Against ICC’s Decision to Put Saif al-Islam On Trial

The decision of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to reject the appeal submitted by Saif al-Islam, son of late President Muammar Gaddafi, before The Hague, angered many Libyans, especially supporters of the former regime who stressed that local laws “prevent the extradition of Libyans to foreign countries.”

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ICC confirms admissibility of Saif Gaddafi case

The International Criminal Court (ICC) confirmed the admissibility of a case against Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi on Tuesday, almost nine years after the son and heir-apparent to deposed Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi was issued an arrest warrant along with his father.

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