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International Criminal Court: We have received reliable reports on 11 mass graves in Tarhuna

The International Criminal Court announced that it had received well-founded information regarding the existence of 11 mass graves discovered in and around the city of Tarhuna in Libya, which likely constitutes evidence of war crimes and crimes against humanity.

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NATO, UN call for probing atrocious mass graves found by Libya’s GNA in Tarhouna

The Scretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg expressed Tuesday the bloc’s support for the United Nation’s call for an independent investigation to be launched about mass graves found in areas liberated from Khalifa Haftar’s forces in Libya.

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HRW: Apparent War Crimes in Tripoli … Summary Executions, Torture, Desecration of Corpses

The Libyan Arab Armed Forces (LAAF) should urgently investigate evidence that fighters affiliated with it apparently tortured, summarily executed, and desecrated corpses of opposing fighters, Human Rights Watch said today. The attacks by the armed group, which is under the command of General Khalifa Hiftar, were recorded and posted on …

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Attorney General’s Office investigating alleged Tarhuna crimes since 2017 – in contact with UNSMIL and ICC

Libya’s Attorney General’s Office revealed yesterday that it has been receiving reports and investigating the alleged crimes in Tarhuna since 2017 – including those on crimes committed by the Kani (Kaniat) militia family. It said that since 2019 it has conducted investigations into the alleged crimes and has taken sworn …

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Why is Libya so chaotic and ungovernable?

The ongoing war in Libya did not start last year when Khalifa Haftar launched his attack to unseat the Government of National Accord (GNA) in the capital of Tripoli on 4 April, nor will it end when the current fighting stops. What Haftar achieved was to initiate another episode of …

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