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Libya: ICC Staff Detentions Raise Justice Concerns

The release by Libyan authorities of four International Criminal Court (ICC) staff members on July 2, 2012, was a positive move, but their detention appears to have been unlawful from the start. The court officials, who had been held in the town of Zintan since June 7, flew out of Libya on a plane provided by the Italian government. (Tripoli) – The release by Libyan authorities of four International Criminal Court (ICC) staff members on July 2, 2012, was a positive move, but their detention appears to have been unlawful from the start, Human Rights Watch said today.read more

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