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Netherlands (AP) — International Criminal Court judges want to know from Libyan authorities where Moammar Gadhafi's son and one-time heir apparent is being held and if court officials can visit him, according to a court document released Tuesday.
Netherlands International Criminal Court judges are asking Libya where Moammar Gadhafi's son and one-time heir apparent is being held and if court officials can visit him. Libyan authorities announced Nov. 19 that Seif al-Islam Gadhafi had been
Senior Al-Qaeda militant Abu Yahya al-Libi urged Libyans who defeated the regime of Moammar Qaddafi to hold on to their weapons and implement sharia law, in a video released Monday...Libi noted that in America weapons are sold "like watermelons," and
Residual humanitarian needs in Libya have not been fully funded because of confusion over whether unfrozen Libyan assets are available, donors, aid workers and government officials said. Donors have been reluctant to hand over more money knowing that
Saif Gaddafi sought to find a peaceful way out during the insurgency by reaching out to South Africa and Turkey...The victors not only tell the tale but render judgment on it. That is why I would prefer a truth and reconciliation commission to Libyan
Libyan fighters who led the uprising that toppled Moammar Qaddafi were ordered on Saturday to steer clear of the border with Tunisia after complaints that Tunisians had come under attack. "There was a meeting by Libyan border officials and it was
The International Criminal Court's deputy prosecutor has edged out 51 other candidates to win the informal endorsement of the 119 countries that support the tribunal to be its next chief prosecutor. Liechtenstein's U.N.
The daughter of Muammar al Qaddafi urged Libyans Tuesday to overthrow the country's interim government in an audio message likely sent from Algeria where she has been in exile. Avenge the blood of your martyr, Aisha al Qaddafi said on Syrian-based
Articles The National Transitional Council (NTC), Libya 's interim government, has allowed a Ukrainian doctor to examine Saif al-Islam's hand. "I went to some house in Zintan to dress Saif al-Islam...It was big finger and index on his right hand,"
Prime Minister of Libya Abdel Rahim al-KiB survived in an attack in the capital Tripoli. According to ITAR-TASS, the incident occurred on 11/26, but information was only published recently. Libyan officials said al-KiB he and his