(New York, May 21, 2014) –The International Criminal Court (ICC) decision on May 21, 2014, rejecting Libya’s bid to prosecute Saif al-Islam Gaddafi nationally sharpens Tripoli’s outstanding obligation to surrender him to The Hague. Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, a son of Muammar Gaddafi, is wanted by the ICC for crimes against humanity for …
Libyan antiquities are falling prey to extremists.
Libya rescued 340 illegal migrants on Monday (May 12th) when their boat began to take on water.
The new Libyan PM will need to draw on the experience of seasoned politicians to avoid the political ‘crematorium’.
Deputy speaker declares Ahmed Maetig’s election ‘invalid’ after a disputed vote and walkout by politicians.
The 200-member General National Congress set to undertake the final vote for a new prime minister on Sunday.
The contemporary Libyan context is marked by limited access to security sector-related information in general, as well as a lack of information on legislation in particular. Government, parliament, judicial authorities, supervisory institutions, civil society, media, and core security providers are not able to fulfill their roles and duties in relation …
The trial of 37 mostly Gaddafi-era officials accused of serious crimes during Libya’s 2011 uprising raises serious due process concerns, Human Rights Watch said today. The trial, which began on March 24, 2014, resumed on April 14 in a specially designated courtroom in Al-Hadba Corrections Facility in Tripoli.
Terminal recovered from rebel hands is expected to be reopened for renewed exports next week.
Ali bin Taher was thought to be behind a recent spate of kidnappings and killings.