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Libya: ICC Reignites Hope for Long-Delayed Justice

By Human Rights Watch
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Click to expand Image Defaced mural at Central Support Prison in Tarhouna, a facility used by the al-Kaniyat militia during the 2019-2020 conflict to detain, torture, and disappear people. © March 2022, Human Rights Watch (Beirut) – A visit to Libya by the International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor has reignited hope for long-delayed justice for the victims of a militia that controlled a town during the 2019-2020 battle for Tripoli, the capital, Human Rights Watch said today. Members of the militia, known as al-Kaniyat, and their affiliates detained, tortured, disappeared, and executed…


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