Prosecutor says ICC is working on new Libya arrest warrants

Source: Yahoo News - View Original Article
Published: May 05, 2020
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69% Liberal


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96% "Bensouda said reports received by her office also indicate increasing numbers of cases of enforced disappearance, committed with close to total impunity, which can ..."
95% "The country has since split between rival administrations in the east and the west, each backed by armed groups.""
87% "She said Tuesday that all three remain fugitives.""
84% "Fatou Bensouda told the U.N. Security Council that Libya remains a priority for her office.""
83% "But she said intentionally targeting the civilian population is a war crime under the Rome Statute, which also prohibits the targeting of hospitals and ..."
81% "The International Criminal Court's prosecutor said Tuesday her office is working on new arrest warrants in Libya, pointing to the high number of civilian ..."
80% "She noted the offensive launched over a year ago by eastern-based forces under military commander Khalifa Hifter trying to take the capital, Tripoli, has ..."
78% "She said her office is monitoring events, particularly civilian casualties from airstrikes and shelling and incidents that may constitute crimes under the Rome Statute ..."
77% "Libya has been in turmoil since 2011, when a civil war toppled long-time dictator Moammar Gadhafi, who was later killed.""
76% "Last November, Bensouda said her office had reliable information on the locations of three people subject to arrest warrants by the International Criminal Court.""

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96% : Bensouda said reports received by her office also indicate "increasing numbers of cases of enforced disappearance, committed with close to total impunity," which can be a crime against humanity.
95% : The country has since split between rival administrations in the east and the west, each backed by armed groups.
87% : She said Tuesday that all three remain fugitives.
84% : Fatou Bensouda told the U.N. Security Council that Libya remains a priority for her office.
83% : But she said intentionally targeting the civilian population "is a war crime under the Rome Statute," which also prohibits the targeting of hospitals and other health, education and religious buildings.
81% : The International Criminal Court's prosecutor said Tuesday her office is working on new arrest warrants in Libya, pointing to the high number of civilian casualties from airstrikes and artillery fire while stressing that military commanders may be held responsible for crimes committed by their forces.
80% : She noted the offensive launched over a year ago by eastern-based forces under military commander Khalifa Hifter trying to take the capital, Tripoli, has not abated.
78% : She said her office is monitoring events, particularly civilian casualties from airstrikes and shelling and incidents that may constitute crimes under the Rome Statute that established the International Criminal Court.
77% : Libya has been in turmoil since 2011, when a civil war toppled long-time dictator Moammar Gadhafi, who was later killed.
76% : Last November, Bensouda said her office had reliable information on the locations of three people subject to arrest warrants by the International Criminal Court.
69% : UNITED NATIONS (AP) --
69% : Sergewa has been missing since July 17, when armed men reportedly kidnapped her from her home in the eastern city of Benghazi, the prosecutor said.
66% : She cited the case of Siham Sergewa, a member of the Libyan House of Representatives, as "emblematic of this disturbing trend."
64% : Bensouda did not identify any individuals as possibly facing arrest warrants.
60% : Story continues
56% : "Detainees have died from injuries sustained through torture, and from the failure to provide proper and timely medical care."
50% : Speaking via a video connection, Bensouda said her office also is pursuing investigations involving the "grave and persistent problem" of arbitrary detentions as well as serious mistreatment of migrants and refugees attempting to transit through Libya.
44% : She said information indicates that people detained without proper protection have been tortured and murdered and that men, women and children have been subjected to rape and other forms of sexual violence.
35% : She said then that Seif al-Islam Gadhafi, the late dictator's son, was believed to be in the Libyan town of Zintan; Mahmoud al-Werfalli, a commander in Hifter's forces, was in the Benghazi area; and Al-Tuhamy Mohamed Khaled, former head of the Libyan Internal Security Agency, was in Cairo.
13% : "Former detainees report brutal methods of torture," she said.

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