Libya

Libya must drop charges against politicians over women’s rights cartoon - 14 June 2013

Headline Title:  Libya must drop charges against politicians over women’s rights cartoon The Libyan authorities must drop charges against two politicians who published a cartoon on women’s rights deemed to be offensive to Islam, Amnesty International said today. Two politicians in Libya are due to appear in court, and face the death penalty, after publishing a cartoon on women’s rights deemed to be offensive to Islam. Media Node:  Libya Story Location:  Libya 26° 26' 58.5276" N, 17° 34' 41.25" E “The charges against Ali Tekbali and Fathi Sager are ludicrous and must be dropped immediately. If convicted on these charges Ali Tekbali and Fathi Sager would be prisoners of conscience, imprisoned solely for the peaceful exercise of their right to free expression. ” Source:  Hassiba Hadj Sahraoui, Deputy Middle East and North Africa Programme Director at Amnesty International.

Libya must drop charges against politicians over women’s rights cartoon

The Libyan authorities must drop charges against two politicians who published a cartoon on women’s rights deemed to be offensive to Islam, Amnesty International said today. The Libyan authorities must drop charges against two politicians who published a cartoon on women’s rights deemed to be offensive to Islam, Amnesty International said today.

يتعين على ليبيا أن تسلّم سيف الإسلام القذافي إلى المحكمة الجنائية الدولية

صرحت منظمة العفو الدولية أنه يتعين على ليبيا أن تمتثل للقرار الصادر عن المحكمة الجنائية الدولية، وأن تبادر من فورها إلى تسليم سيف الإسلام القذافي إلى المحكمة في لاهاي صرحت منظمة العفو الدولية أنه يتعين على ليبيا أن تمتثل للقرار الصادر عن المحكمة الجنائية الدولية، وأن تبادر من فورها إلى تسليم سيف الإسلام القذافي إلى المحكمة في لاهاي.

La Libye doit remettre Saif al Islam Kadhafi à la CPI

La Libye doit respecter la décision prononcée par la Cour pénale internationale (CPI) et remettre immédiatement Saif al Islam Kadhafi à cette dernière, à La Haye, a déclaré Amnesty International. La Libye doit respecter la décision prononcée par la Cour pénale internationale (CPI) et remettre immédiatement Saif al Islam Kadhafi à cette dernière, à La Haye, a déclaré Amnesty International.

Libia debe entregar a Saif al Islam al Gadafi a la CPI

Libia debe acatar la decisión de la Corte Penal Internacional (CPI) y entregar de inmediato a Saif al Islam al Gadafi a la Corte en La Haya, ha dicho Amnistía Internacional.  Libia debe acatar la decisión de la Corte Penal Internacional (CPI) y entregar de inmediato a Saif al Islam al Gadafi a la Corte e

Libya must surrender Saif al-Islam Gaddafi to the ICC

Libya must comply with the decision made by the International Criminal Court (ICC) and immediately surrender Saif al-Islam Gaddafi to the Court in The Hague Libya must comply with the decision made by the International Criminal Court (ICC) and immediately surrender Saif al-Islam Gaddafi to the Court in The Hague, said Amnesty International.

Personas en movimiento: “No soy capaz de explicar lo terrible que era la situación” - 23 May 2013

Headline Title:  “No soy capaz de explicar lo terrible que era la situación” Este artículo forma parte de una serie especial sobre “Personas en movimiento” que pone de manifiesto las violaciones de derechos humanos que sufren las personas migrantes, refugiadas y Abubaker Ali Osman, ingeniero somalí que vivió hasta hace poco en Libia, habló con Amnistía Internacional sobre la vida en un campo de refugiados en Túnez. Media Node:  Abubaker_es Vídeo: Informe 2013 Story Location:  Túnez 34° 22' 3.45" N, 9° 29' 31.8768" E “Para mis hijos todo fue muy difícil. Nunca habían visto nada igual. Querían regresar pero les expliqué que era demasiado peligroso. Al cabo de dos meses se adaptaron.” Source:  Abubaker Ali Osman URL:  Informe 2013 Description:  El estado de los derechos humanos en el mundo

People on the Move: ‘I cannot explain how terrible the situation was’ - 23 May 2013

Headline Title:  'I cannot explain how terrible the situation was' This is part of a special ‘People on the Move’ series, highlighting the human rights violations faced by migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers in every part of the world. Abubaker Ali Osman, a Somali engineer until recently living in Libya spoke to Amnesty International about living in a refugee camp in Tunisia. Media Node:  Abubaker AIR 2013 video Story Location:  Tunisia 34° 22' 3.45" N, 9° 29' 31.8768" E “For my children it was all very difficult. They had never seen anything like that. They wanted to go back but I explained to them it was too dangerous. ” Source:  Abubaker Ali Osman URL:  Annual Report 2013 Description:  The state of the world's human rights
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Le 7 juillet, les Libyens ont élu un Congrès général national (CGN) de 200 membres chargé d’adopter des lois, de préparer de


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