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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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Libya’s General Staff calls for probing torture marks on bodies returned by Haftar’s forces

The Libyan General Staff called on all judicial authorities and the public prosecutor as well as the military prosecutor to start investigating the torture marks on the bodies returned by Khalifa Haftar’s forces to the Red Crescent, asking them to bring the perpetrators to justice in local and international courts.

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Libya’s Interior Minister asks Cyprus not to issue passports for Haftar’s sons

The Interior Minister of the Libyan Presidential Council’s government Fathi Bashagha has asked his counterpart in Cyprus not to issue passports for four sons of Khalifa Haftar, after news said they were applying for them currently.

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