ICC Prosecutor: Gaddafi son could be tried in Libya

By REUTERS
November 22, 2011 13:11

 
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TRIPOLI - The International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor said on Tuesday that Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, the captured son of the former Libyan leader, does not necessarily have to be tried in The Hague if Libya's own justice system is up to the task.

Luis Moreno-Ocampo told reporters on his arrival at Tripoli International Airport that he was not planning to meet Saif Islam. Gaddafi's son, who was captured in southern Libya during the weekend, is wanted by the ICC for crimes against humanity.

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