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Libya's new Congress and justice system struggle to break a legacy of systematic human rights violations.
Mauritania should have surrendered Abdullah al-Senussi to the ICC instead of extraditing him to Libya.
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 ...
Urgent Action MDE 19/015/2012
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL MEDIA ADVISORY AI Index: MDE 19/014/2012 Date: 6 July 2012 . Amnesty International ...
PressItem MDE 19/014/2012
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 ...
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.
The detention of four ICC staffers in Libya not only denied them their liberty and stopped their work, but it also undermined Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi's right ...
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Newsletter NWS 21/004/2012
1) The Agenda 2) Up front "They know they are being watched" 3) Bhopal: Carrying the torch 4) International Day of the Disappeared: "Our life without ...