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Showing posts with label required by the ICC through the Libyan border to Niger.. Show all posts
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News of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi crossing of the Niger

Image gathering Abdullah Sanusi (right) and the late Colonel Libyan Saif al-Islam (Al-Jazeera - Archive)

Said a senior official of the Libyan Transitional National Council, told Reuters that Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, required by the ICC through the Libyan border to Niger.
The unnamed official, who told Reuters that Saif al-Islam was in contact with Mali and South Africa and with other neighboring countries to regulate the exit did not get a confirmation yet, still waiting.
According to Reuters, the Saif al-Islam, son of the late Colonel Muammar Gaddafi is trying to give himself up out of fear for his life if he was arrested in Libya, but the official said he did not find a way yet to do so.
On the other hand, was quoted by The Associated Press to a president's advisers Nigerian saying that the President of the former Libyan intelligence Abdullah Sanusi arrived to Mali after that through the territory of Niger, where he hid for several days in the desert north of the country, and Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, in his way is the other to Mali.

The agency said the Chancellor - who did not want to be named, the sensitivity of the matter - said that Sanusi, required by the International Police (Interpol), financial income late Wednesday night through the Kidal region adjacent to the Niger. She said he was protected unit consisting of about 12 people arrived in a convoy led by men from the Malian Tuareg. The consultant added that Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, the other is on the way to Mali across the dividing line between Algeria and Mali.
The Chancellor, a senior Tuareg tribesmen that
Was strongly supports the late Colonel and remained faithful to him despite the official position of the Government of Niger in support of the rebels of Libya, Saif al-Islam in Mali is the way to the other. He is currently between Niger and Algeria, and shall protect the Touareg is the Sanusi, and they chose to stay in the desert.

The agency said that the men of the Tuareg in Agadez met Thursday to discuss the potential conflict because of greater access Libyan aide to the late Colonel in the light of the commitment of the Government of Niger to extradite any person wanted by the International Criminal Court.
The International Tribunal issued last June notes the arrest of Gaddafi, Saif al-Islam al-Sanusi and crimes against humanity, after the UN Security Council referred the situation in Libya to the court last February.
It was about 30 loyalists of the late Colonel system, including his son, Saadi, had fled to Niger in September / September last, but was arrested by the government there and imposed house arrest.
In Mali, said Director of State Security Hildbert Traore he could not confirm the entry Sanusi territory of Mali, P "Until now we could not locate the Sanusi, whether in our territory or other territories." Traore said that people like Sanusi often keen to contact the State authorities concerned before entering it, "but he has not contacted us to say that he is coming."
And the International Criminal Court said Wednesday it could not confirm that Saif al-Islam, son of the late Colonel Muammar Gaddafi and former Libyan intelligence chief Abdullah Sanusi intend to surrender to the court.
Said court spokesman Fadi Al-Abdullah "We have no confirmation on this matter, now trying to contact the Libyan Transitional National Council for more information."
Earlier Wednesday, said a senior military official in the Council that Saif al-Islam al-Sanusi and propose a surrender to the tribunal in The Hague.
Said Abdul Majeed Mliqth told Reuters from Libya said they proposed a way to deliver themselves to the court in The Hague.
Mliqth said they felt that they would not be immune to the survival in Libya or Algeria, or went to Niger, which resorted to them already members of the family of Colonel al-Libi.

Source: Associated Press

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