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Qatar sends al-Obeidy back to Libya Alleged rape victim no longer in custody  Eman al-Obeidy, the woman who said she was raped by forces loyal to Gadhafi, spent 72 hours under interrogation No UK immunity for Libya minister  London: The UK says it has not offered Foreign Minister Moussa Koussa immunity from prosecution following his unexpected arrival in the country   World applies pressure on Gaddafi   Geneva: Foreign ministers from around the world are gathering in Geneva to discuss their response to the mounting humanitarian crisis in Libya   U.N. chief urges end to Libya violence    UN: U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told reporters unequivocally: 'The violence must stop'   Obama seeks consensus on Libya violence  Washington: US President has called the leaders of the UK, France and Italy as international efforts to respond to the crisis in Libya gather pace   Gadhafi blames drugs, al Qaeda Map of Zawiya Libya
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  Libya spy boss 'fair trial' urged  The US and human rights groups have called on Libya to give a fair trial to Abdullah al-Senussi after he was deported by Mauritania   Gaddafi son 'attacked in custody'  Defence counsel for Saif al-Islam Gaddafi at the International Criminal Court have alleged that he is being mistreated in custody   Amnesty International: Libyan militias out of control  Armed militias in Libya are committing human rights abuses with impunity, threatening to destabilize the country and hindering its efforts to rebuild New Libya torture claims emerge   Gaddafi death transparency urged   Libya's authorities have come under pressure to give a full account of the death of ex-leader Col Muammar Gaddafi 'Moderate Islam' to guide Libya   Libya rebels 'committed abuses'  Amnesty International has called on National Transitional Council to take steps to prevent human rights abuses by anti-Gaddafi forces   UK PM wants Libya rendition inquiry   London: Allegations that MI6 was involved in the rendition of Libyan terror suspects should be examined by an independent inquiry, Cameron has said   Libya leaders vow respect for law  Libya's new interim leaders have assured world leaders they will build a society full of tolerance and respect for the rule of law Rebels fear for Gaddafi prisoners UN calls for restraint in Libya   The United Nations has called on all sides in the Libyan conflict to take steps to ensure there are no acts of violence and revenge American held in Libyan prison escapes   ICC issues warrant for Gadhafi
  Libya exposed as an epicentre for migrant child abuse

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  The United Nations has warned that large numbers of children are still risking their lives to make the dangerous journey from Libya to Italy

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  Hague: The International Criminal Court issued arrest warrants Monday for Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi and two of his relatives

  Doctors at a hospital in Zawiya said that 17 people were killed and another 150 were wounded when government forces attacked the city
Feb.23 Obama condemns crackdown in Libya   Washington: US President has denounced the violent crackdown by the Libyan authorities on peaceful protesters as "outrageous and unacceptable Feb.22 Libya crackdown condemned at UN   UN Security Council: The Security Council has condemned the Libyan authorities for using force against protesters, calling for those responsible to be held to account Feb.18 Libya urged to stop using 'lethal force'   Eastern Libya: Tens of thousands of protesters marched Friday in Benghazi, carrying the bodies of those killed in this week's clashes Feb.17 Libya frees prisoners, promises reforms

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Jul.23 HIV medics released to Bulgaria
  6 Bulgarian medics who were serving life sentences have been freed and are now on a plane to Bulgaria
 The 5 nurses and a Palestinian doctor were convicted of deliberately infecting Libyan children with HIV. The release had been made possible by a deal struck on improving Libya-EU ties
Jul.17 Medics' sentences commuted   The highest judicial body had commuted the death sentences against gainst the 5 Bulgarian nurses and the Palestinian doctor to life imprison... Jul.11 Court upholds death verdicts
  Libya's Supreme Court has upheld the sentences of 5 Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor convicted of infecting 400 children with the AIDS

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Dec.19 HIV medics condemned to death
  A court convicted 5 Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor of deliberately infecting 400 children with the virus.    The sentence is provoking shouts of approval from the children's relatives. Bulgaria reiterated its belief that the children were infected by unhygienic conditions in their hospital. ...

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