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But there isn't enough proof to try them in a U.S. civilian court as the Obama administration prefers.
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Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic says the men flew back to Serbia on Tuesday following months-long negotiations.
Tomorrow will see the first court hearing in the case brought by a Gaddafi opponent against the UK Government over its part in 'rendering' him - along with his pregnant wife - to Libya in 2004.
Almost everyone with an email account would have received an email by someone claiming to be a family member of a recently toppled corrupt leader, requesting to solicit a huge stash of funds in return for a lucrative commission.
Kuwait's bourse extended sharp year-to-date gains in heavy trading on Monday, while profit-taking weighed on bourses in the United Arab Emirates and other markets were mixed.
The calls for international, by which it is essentially meant US, intervention in Syria raise some important questions about the relationship between sovereign states and the global community.
Libya's deputy prime minister says an investigation has indicated that a deadly explosion in Benghazi last week was an accident and not an attack.
By Gyanendra Kumar Keshri, New Delhi, May 19 : Libya's new government, formed in 2011 after four decades of Muammar Gaddafi's dictatorial rule, is keen to take India's help in the drafting of a constitution and economic rebuilding, the Libyan envoy here has said.
In the past two weeks, the U.S. and its allies have done just about everything short of getting down on their collective knees and begging Russia to stop delivering weapons to the Syrian government.
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Until government and revolutionary forces attacked the Libyan town of Bani Walid, about 170km southeast of the capital Tripoli in October last year, Abdullah Warfella had been determined never to leave.
Officials at two Libyan government ministries returned to work Sunday after nearly two weeks of protests by militia fighters, who blocked the entrances to the buildings.
Libya is rapidly deteriorating and could fall into bloody chaos at any moment. When Ambassador Christopher Stevens, under orders from the Obama-Clinton regime, first arrived in Libya he came by boat with approximately 80 Central Intelligence Agency people and contractors.
"We had people that were getting killed , we had people who are willing to risk their lives to go save them, and somebody told them to stand down." "Over the last several months, there was a review board headed by two distinguished Americans, Mike Mullen and Tom Pickering, who investigated every element of" the Benghazi incident.