Libya said Tuesday it should be allowed to prosecute one of former dictator Moammar Khadafy’s sons for crimes against humanity, but his lawyers objected, insisting the late ruler’s son cannot get a fair trial in a nation now run by those who toppled his father. The diametrically opposed positions came at an International Criminal Court hearing that will go a long way to deciding whether Seif al-Islam Khadafy will be put on trial in Tripoli or The Hague.
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