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Outside al-Hadba prison in Tripoli, where the trial of Senussi and co-defendants opened on 14 April 2014 (Photo: Chris Stephen)
25 February 2015 by Chris Stephen

The International Criminal Court’s prosecutor ruled that despite civil war in Libya and militias storming the capital, she has no reason to think the country’s former intelligence chief is getting an unfair trial.

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09 May 2012 by -

The leaders of Libya’s mountain town of Zintan say they will hold the war crimes trial of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi at home, posing a further complication to a tug-of-war for the suspect being fought by Libya and the International Criminal Court (ICC).

By Chris Stephen, Tripoli

[related-articles]The leaders of Libya’s mountain town of Zintan say they will hold the war crimes trial of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi at home, posing a further complication to the tug-of-war over the suspect between Libya and the International Criminal Court (ICC).

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