German newspaper, Süddeutsche Zeitung, revealed Wednesday that Abdelrahim Al-Kani: a senior leader of Kani militias of Tarhouna who are accused of committing war crimes and mass graves, was receiving medical treatment in Bonn city.
A team of recovery workers connected to the General Authority for Search and Identification of Missing Human Remains has recovered the body of an individual who was handcuffed and dumped into a five-meter deep water weRead more
The Head of Investigations Department at the Public Prosecutor's Office Al-Siddiq Al-Sour said Thursday they had issued a list of over 100 persons accused of being behind the mass graves in southern Tripoli and Tarhouna.
The Director of the Information Office, under the supervision of the Attorney General’s Office, for Search and Identification of Missing Persons, Abdulaziz Al-Jaafari reported that the number of bodies found in a new mass graveRead more
The spokesman for the Libyan Justice Ministry of the Government of National Accord (GNA) Nasser Al-Ghaita said a team from the International Criminal Court (ICC) will visit Tarhouna to document the unearthing of mass gRead more
A number of women and children in Tarhuns city organized a protest on Saturday, during which they demanded to know the fate of their missing relatives, who were taken by Haftar militias during the occupation of the citRead more