Libya safe for Saif?
, October 9, 2012
Mohamed Youssef (L), Xavier-Jean Keita (C) and Melinda Taylor (R), representatives of the Office of Public Counsel for the Defence, talk in the International Criminal Court (ICC) before a public hearing on Libya's challenge to the admissibility of the case against Saif Al-Islam, son of toppled long-time dictator Muammar Gaddafi, in The Hague, on October 9. Libya does not intend handing over Saif to The Hague, but argues he should be tried in Libya, while ICC is hoping to ensure his possible trial in Libya would be conducted in accordance to the international law. Reuters/Michael Kooren