Europe: The Hague: Libya Claims Right To Try Qaddafi’s Son and In-Law
The International Criminal Court in The Hague held its first public hearing on Tuesday in the dispute on where to try Seif al-Islam el-Qaddafi and his brother-in-law Abdullah Senussi.
NATO's secretary-general discusses Afghanistan, Libya
Under Anders Fogh Rasmussen's watch, the coalition's most consuming campaign has been the Afghan war. He discusses the exit plan and the recent 'insider attacks.' BRUSSELS — Since becoming head of the world's most durable military alliance three years ago, NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has had his hands full with conflicts and operations outside the coalition's center of gravity in North America and Europe.
Europe: Switzerland: 3 Found Guilty of Aiding Libya’s Nuclear Weapons Program
The men were found guilty on Tuesday of helping supply material and know-how to Libya’s atomic weapons program almost a decade ago.