ICC, AU, ILO express worries over Libya’s crisis

THE International Criminal Court (ICC) and the International Labour Organisation (ILO) were among global bodies that expressed concern over the crisis in Libya yesterday.      Also, United States-based Nigerians and the African Union (AU) have spoken out against the situation in Libya and urged the Federal Government to condemn the state violence and extra-judicial killings against the unarmed Libyan people and potentially against Nigerians in Libya. Much violence is being reported ...
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Added February 24, 2011
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