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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.
Veteran of struggle for democracy says West should not protect 'dark forces' behind Turkish coup bid
Understanding the situation in Turkey is critical before a decision is made on the soldiers’ fate, says one of their lawyers
Experts tell Anadolu Agency US applies double-standards on extraditions, citing case of former al-Qaeda leader for 9/11
World expresses solidarity with Somalia after twin suicide attack
Armed gunmen have demanded that the President stand down and for the release of political prisoners
The French pullout will be complete at the end of October with MINUSCA remaining until November 2017
Disbursements of $73.1mn will be suspended after the government changed plans for a dam project
UN staff had been expelled from Morocco in March after Ban Ki Moon used the word "occupation" to describe the Western Sahara status
By sharing Al-Aqsa wedding photos online, Palestinians give tradition modern twist – and reassert presence at Islam’s 3rd holiest site
Turkey 'heartbroken' about US handing of extradition request, Yildirim says
The US will no longer vet refugees from Central American on American soil but from their own countries
Turkish-origin local official accused of provoking protest with anti-coup Facebook post
The European Commission wants to suspend funding Spain and Portugal after violating EU spending rules
Bill Clinton has given a speech at the Democratic convention saying branding his wife as “the change-maker.”
Six-month extension comes after unanimous Security Council decision