ICC expects Aust lawyer to be released

ICC expects Aust lawyer to be released

Tripoli : Libya | Jul 01, 2012 at 2:14 PM PDT
Source: The Daily Telegraph
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The International Criminal Court says it expects Australian lawyer Melinda Taylor and her three ICC colleagues detained in Libya three weeks ago after visiting Muammar Gaddafi's jailed son to be released on Monday. "THE ICC president is going to Libya tomorrow and the release of the four ICC staff... FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Telegraph
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Melinda Taylor was part of four-person team from the International Criminal Court when she was detained in Libya
Melinda Taylor was part of four-person team from the International Criminal Court when she was detained in Libya
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