PRESS RELEASE. The BHRC expresses concern about the on-going detention of four ICC staff members in Zintan, Libya.

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The Bar Human Rights Committee (BHRC) voices its concern at the on-going detention of four ICC staff members in Zintan, Libya. It joins the President of the International Criminal Court, Judge Sang-Hyun Song, in requesting their immediate release.

See BHRC Press Release

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