Sudanese youth to sue 10 prominent figures including Abu Dhabi Crown Prince in ICC for human trafficking in Libya

The legal adviser of young Sudanese lured to get jobs in the United Arab Emirates but who ended up fighting in Libya on the side of war lord Khalifa Haftar, is preparing a lawsuit including human trafficking against 10 prominent Read more

Libya: Haftar promotes ICC-wanted military close aid

East-based Libyan military commander Khalifa Haftar has promoted military aid Mahmoud Al-Werfalli to the rank of lieutenant-colonel despite the latter being on the International Criminal Court (ICC) wanted list of war criminal. Al-Werfalli was army major until his new appointment. Read more

Libya: Saif al-Islam harbors intention to run for 2018 elections

Saif al-Islam, son of Libya’s former strongman Muammar Gaddafi, is mulling participation in next year elections as requested by his supporters, his spokesman has said. “Saif al-Islam will run for the upcoming presidential elections, which may take place in mid-2018,” Read more

Middle East: Team from Hague-Based Criminal Court to Visit Israel & Palestine

A team from the International Criminal Court (ICC) is expected in the Palestinian territories as well as in Israel to discuss with leaders on both sides and to educate populations on the court’s work, two years after the Gaza-Israel war. Read more

Israel-Turkey: ICC Judges reject court’s previous ruling on Israeli raid of Turkish ship

Judges at the Hague-based International Criminal Court rejected on Thursday the Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda’s November decision not to probe the Israeli raid on Turkish Mavi Marmara ship and demanded that the court reopens the case. Nine Turkish sailors and Read more