UN prepares for war crimes investigation

The Fact-Finding Mission in Libya (FFML) should in particular investigate the mass graves discovered in Tarhouna.
The Fact-Finding Mission in Libya (FFML) should in particular investigate the mass graves discovered in Tarhouna. © Alexandra Hudson/Reuters
Established in June and led by Morocco's Mohamed Aujjar, the UN's international Fact-Finding Mission to Libya will investigate war crimes committed since 2016, not least those allegedly committed by Khalifa Haftar's forces. [...] (266 words)
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