World Bulletin / News Desk
Libya will begin to hear the cases of Gadhafi's son Saif al-Islam Gadhafi and former head of Libyan Military Intelligence Abdullah Senussi within a month.
Libyan Chief Prosecutor Taha Bera told AA on Friday that International Criminal Court demanded Libya to hand over Gadhafi and Senussi, but Libya did not have an obligation to meet this demand.
Bera said that Libyan jurisdiction had enough knowledge to try Gadhafi and Senussi.
Bera also said that Libya made official demands many times to Egypt to get back the executives of former Libyan regime, however, Egypt did not give an actual response so far.
Local armed group are struggling to stop ISIL from advancing across Libya
Sympathy for the Palestinians among key US sectors has seen a dramatic rise over the past 10 years, a poll published on Thursday revealed.
Israeli air raids against Gaza continue for the third consecutive day
Disagreement over deployment of rebel forces could see renewed fighting, leader says
The refugee crisis has sparked a rift between some western European countries, with the Bulgarian PM urging Eastern EU countries to end opposition to the refugee quots
The Djamaa El Djazair mosque will include a one-million book library, accommodate up to 120,000 worshippers and boast a 265m-high minaret
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says the EU risks sliding into “nationalism” if it cannot secure its external borders against an immense wave of refugees. Merkel’s call coincides with reports that Berlin is pushing to establish a Germany-led EU army.
'We've had uniform people providing guidance to the State Department and they're in negotiations,' Pentagon says
'These individuals are in the most desperate situation imaginable,' White House says
Spokesman questioned about US lack of support for safe zone in northern Syria
'We are seeing aggression by one state against another, as well as an occupation,' Macierewicz says
London appears set to elect its first Muslim mayor Thursda with polls showing in Sadiq Khan's favor.
Federica Mogherini praises recommendation to abolish visas for citizens of Kosovo
Merkel says countries located on EU border should be supported more
Clashes ensued after car bomb attack at checkpoint in northwestern Libya