ICC seeks spy's extradition Libya
International Criminal Court judges have ordered Libya to hand over Muammar Gadafy's former spy chief and let him see his lawyer, raising the stakes in a dispute over who has the right to try the deposed strongman's top lieutenants.
The statement placed the Hague-based court on a collision course with Libya's new rulers, who say Gadafy-era leaders in their custody should face local justice over charges of mass killings and other atrocities.
The ICC judges said Libya must extradite Abdullah al- Senussi over his alleged role in orchestrating reprisals against the protesters in the 2011 uprising that overthrew Gadafy. - (Reuters)