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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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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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International Criminal Court: We now have information about kidnappers of Sergiwa

The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Fatou Bensouda, has announced that she had received information about the identity of those responsible for the kidnapping of the parliament member, Seham Sergiwa, who disappeared on 17 July 2019.

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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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