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Tunisia has extradited former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's prime minister to Libya, a Libyan security official said on Sunday.
Mohammed al-Ahwal told Reuters that a helicopter transferred Al Baghdadi Ali al-Mahmoudi to Tripoli on Sunday.
He served as the Libyan dictator's prime minister from 2006 until he fled to neighbouring Tunisia around the time that rebel fighters took the capital Tripoli in August.
Decision follows 2015 row over South African visit by Sudanese president sought by ICC on war crimes charges
As Iraqi forces close in on Mosul, militants use civilians as ‘human shields’, train children in suicide-bombing techniques
Trump cast the United States into uncharted political waters by suggesting he may not recognize the result of the November 8 presidential election and could launch a legal challenge if Hillary Clinton wins.
Northern Iraqi city sees car-bomb, suicide attacks by extrem group
The chief of NATO has said that Russia's only aircraft carrier may possibly be used in strikes in Aleppo
Atheel al-Nujaifi allowed Turkey to establish military presence in northern Iraq, judicial officials allege
No group claims responsibility for the deadly attacks
European Council summit in Brussels covering migration, relations with Russia, and situation in Syria
Armed militants have attacked government buildings in Kirkuk
Hundreds of police officers in France have continued their protests against violence against police
Turkic ethnic group 'defending Iraq's territorial integrity'
Asked about May's role at the summit, Hollande said she was attending as a fully paid up member of the European Council.
"The UK is leaving the EU but we will continue to play a full role until we leave and we'll be a strong and dependable partner after we've left," she told reporters.
Foreign minister reveals working party to examine penetration of Gulenists
The man was detained for alleged premeditated attempted murder as well as misuse of explosive materials, said senior prosecutor Imre Keresztes.