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ICC-wanted Gaddafi’s henchman Al-Tuhamy Khaled dies

The prominent Muammar Gaddafi’s henchman, Al-Tuhamy Khaled, died in Cairo after a long battle with disease. Khalid is wanted by the International Criminal Court.

The International Criminal Court (ICC) issued an arrest warrant for Khaled in 2017 for war crimes and crimes against humanity he committed during 2011 revolution against Gaddafi’s regime, in addition to crimes committed during the years he served under Gaddafi’s rule.

Khaled was born in 1942 in the Janzour area of west Tripoli. He was a former Lieutenant General of the Libyan army and former head of the Libyan Internal Security Agency (ISA) under Gaddafi’s reign.

ICC describes his charges as “4 crimes against humanity: imprisonment, torture, persecution, and other inhumane acts allegedly committed in Libya from 15 February 2011 until 24 August 2011; and 3 war crimes: torture, cruel treatment and outrages upon personal dignity allegedly committed in Libya from at least early March 2011 to 24 August 2011”.

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