The 2013 Annual Report on
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Mauritania should have surrendered Abdullah al-Senussi to the ICC instead of extraditing him to Libya.
Abdullah al-Senussi, military intelligence chief for Colonel Mu'ammar al-Gaddafi, should have been surrendered to the International Criminal Court (ICC) to face ...
Armed militiamen in Libya must immediately and unconditionally release seven Iranian Red Crescent members, whose abduction Amnesty International has called “deeply ...
Armed militiamen in Libya must immediately and unconditionally release seven Iranian Red Crescent members abducted in Benghazi.
Two men from the Misratah-based Tobakets TV and radio station were detained south of Tripoli by militias from Beni Walid.
Four staff of the International Criminal Court (ICC) were released on 2 July 2012 after being held in detention in Libya for 26 days after meeting Saif al-Islam ...
Urgent Action MDE 19/015/2012
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL MEDIA ADVISORY AI Index: MDE 19/014/2012 Date: 6 July 2012 . Amnesty International Libya expert ...
PressItem MDE 19/014/2012
Libya risks repeating the very violations that led to the “17 February revolution” unless the winners of elections scheduled for this week make the establishment ...
The new Libyan authorities will face the difficult task of fixing a country left damaged and divided by four decades of repressive and arbitrary rule. The post- ...
Report MDE 19/012/2012
Ongoing human rights violations in Libya are casting a shadow over the country's first national elections since the fall of al-Gaddafi.