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UN panel: Both sides committed war crimes in Libya

GENEVA (AP) - A U.N. expert panel said in a report Friday that forces loyal to late Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi and opposition fighters both committed war crimes during the conflict in the Arab country last year. The U.N.-appointed Commission of Inquiry on Libya concluded that Full version (available...

UN rights panel probes use of mercenaries in Libya

GENEVA (AP) - U.N. human rights experts say they will visit Libya next week to examine the use of mercenaries to fight the uprising that eventually brought down Moammar Gadhafi's four-decade dictatorship. Faiza Patel, head of the U.N. Human Rights Council panel, says it also aims to Full version...

War crimes court says 4 staff held in Libya

AMSTERDAM (AP) - The International Criminal Court on Saturday demanded the release of four of its staffers it says are being detained in Libya, where they are part of an official mission sent to meet with the imprisoned son of deposed dictator Moammar Gadhafi. "We are very Full version (available...

Libya Congress elects rights lawyer prime minister

TRIPOLI Libya (AP) - Libya's Congress elected a human rights lawyer as interim prime minister on Sunday, a week after his predecessor was sacked for failing to present a Cabinet line-up that political factions could agree on. Ali Zidan, also a former Full version (available to lexis.com subscribers...