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Niger Faces a Dilemma if Seif Al-Islam Reaches Border
Niger's determination to respect commitments and obligations to the International Criminal Court, ICC, and hand over former Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi's second son Seif Al Islam who is on the run if he tried to reach the country, may not go down too well with the nomad Tuaregs in the north of the West African nation.
Libya Face Hosts in Africa Cup of Nations 2012 Opener
In their third ever final of the Africa Cup of Nations to be played next year in Equatorial Guinea and Gabon, Libya, were drawn in a very tough Group A and will play in the 2012 tournament's opening match against co-hosts Equatorial Guniea on January 21.
Summary of the American and International Press on the Libyan Revolution
The International Criminal Court said on Saturday that Libya's Seif Al -Islam Al Qathafi was in contact via intermediaries about surrendering for trial, but it also had information mercenaries were trying to spirit him to a friendly African nation.
ICC Confirms Seif al-Islam Negotiating His Surrender
It has now been confirmed that Al Qathafi's son, Seif, responsible for the killing of thousands of Libyans during the February upraising, has made contact with the International Criminal Court, ICC, in the Hague trying to 'negotiate' his surrender to face charges of crimes against humanity.
UK Military Returning Back Home from NATO's Libya Mission
British military personnel who had taken part in the NATO mission in Libya have started to return home following the alliance's decision to end its mission at midnight next Monday. receiving congratulations from the defence secretary, Philip Hammond for a "job well done".
Australian PM Intervenes as Qantas Grounds Entire Fleet
After being hit by a series of strikes, Australian flag carrier Qantas on Saturday grounded all its domestic and international aircraft indefinitely as part of an industrial dispute, saying that all employees involved in the action would be locked out from Monday evening and flights grounded from early morning on Saturday.
Ennahda Promise Tunisia Coalition Government Within 10 Days
Ennahadha Party secretary-general Hamadi Jbeli has announced that his newly elected moderate Islamist party in the Tunisia elections, had begun talks with other parties on forming a coalition government, and that within the next 10 days Tunisia will have a coalition government in place
Ontario Man Helped Former Libyan Leader's Son Saadi Flee to Niger
A private security contractor and former soldier from Canada has admitted he helped former Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi's son Saadi flee Libya. He admits to having been part of a team that first helped Saadi escape from Tripoli when NTC fighters took control of the capital, and later drove the late dictator’s third son across Libya’s southern border to Niger.
Summary of the American and International Press on the Libyan Revolution - Morgan Strong
Seif al-Islam Al Qathafi is expected to try to surrender to the International Criminal Court or seek refuge in a friendly African country as he races to escape his father's fate.
Egyptian Military Accused of Wanting to Cling to Power
Thousands of protesters in the Egyptian capital, Cairo's Tahrir Square, the epicentre of Egypt's uprising that ousted president Hosni Mubarak in February, have called on the ruling military to promptly transfer power to a civilian government and exclude old regime figures from politics.
NATO Chief Confirms Decision to end Libya Mission Monday
NATO general secretary Anders Fogh Rasmussen Friday confirmed the decision taken by the North Atlantic Council a week ago that the alliance's operation for Libya will end next Monday, October 31. However, he promised that until then, together with its partners, NATO will continue to monitor the situation, and if needed, will continue to respond to threats to civilians.
Global NGO Coalition Calls on NTC to Ratify ICC Rome Statute
Libya's interim leaders should move quickly to ratify key international human rights and humanitarian law treaties, in particular the Rome Statute, the Coalition for the International Criminal Court (ICC) has said.
It's Official: Ennahada Party Wins Tunisia Elecions; Protests in Sidi Bouazid
After all the vots have been counted, the Islamist Ennahdha party was decalrd winner of the general election in Tunisia thanks to 41.5 per cent of the votes cast. It won the party 90 seats in the assembly that will rewrite the constitution and appoint a President and a caretaker government.
Security Council Ends Mandate for International Military Operations
The United Nations Security Council today did not accede to the request of the Libyan National Transitional Council, and ordered the end to authorised international military action in Libya, more than seven months after allowing United Nations member states to take “all necessary measures” to protect civilians during a popular uprising against the country’s former regime.
Tunisia Frees Former Libyan PM Al-Baghdadi
A Tunisian court has freed Al-Baghdadi Ali al-Mahmoudi former Prime Minister in the deposed Muammar Al qathafi regime from detention despite an extradition request from Libyan authorities, his lawyer, Mabrouk Korchid said on Thursday.
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Niger Faces a Dilemma if Seif Al-Islam Reaches Border
Niger's determination to respect commitments and obligations to the International Criminal Court, ICC, and hand over former Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi's second son Seif Al Islam who is on the run if he tried to reach the country, may not go down too well with the nomad Tuaregs in the north of the West African nation.
 
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