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#GlobalJusticeWeekly – Libya verdicts spark international condemnation

This week, a Libyan court convicted Saif Gaddafi, Abdullah Al-Senussi and seven other former government officials and sentenced them to death. In response to the verdict, ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda asked judges to order Libya not to execute Gaddafi and … Continue reading

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Al-Senussi admissibility ruling sparks mixed reaction from civil society

An ICC ruling clearing the way for Libya to try former spy chief Abdullah Al-Senussi has  provoked mixed reaction among civil society. Last week, the ICC Appeals Chamber unanimously confirmed an earlier ruling that the case against Al-Senussi was inadmissible before the … Continue reading

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#GlobalJusticeWeekly – Libyan court postpones trial of Saif Gaddafi, other former officials

After ICC appeals judges ruled last week that Saif Gaddafi should be tried in The Hague, domestic proceedings against Gaddafi, former intelligence chief Abdullah Al-Senussi and dozens of other former government officials continued on Sunday before the trial was postponed to 22 June. Both the prosecution and … Continue reading

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Trials of Gaddafi and Al-Senussi yet to begin, says Libya

The Libyan government has informed ICC judges that national trials of Saif Al Gaddafi and Abdullah Al-Senussi—both wanted by the Court for crimes against humanity in early 2011—have yet to begin. In response to a prosecution request for clarification, the … Continue reading

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