ICC says it expects Libya to release detained staff

By REUTERS
July 2, 2012 01:17

 
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AMSTERDAM - Four International Criminal Court staff detained in Libya since early June are expected to be released on Monday, the court said on Sunday.

The four were detained in the western mountain city of Zintan after local officials leveled accusations of spying at one of them, Australian lawyer Melinda Taylor, who was sent by the ICC to represent the son of slain dictator Muammar Gaddafi.

The ICC also said Sang-Hyun Song, the court's president, would go to Libya on Monday.

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