File - A Libyan military soldier walks past damages inside a building that was used by Islamic militias for fighting in Benghazi, Libya. (AP Photo/Mohammed El-Sheikhy)
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The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court said Tuesday there were indications of war crimes being committed in Libya, warning that the strife-torn country was "on the wrong path".Fatou Bensouda told the UN Security Council that the violence in Libya had worsened over the past six months with the country now split between two governments and two parliaments vying for control.Human Rights Watch said it had documented attacks on civilians by armed militias that may amount to war crimes, politically-motivated assassinations and cases of torture, forced displacement and arbitrary detentions that could amount to crimes against humanity.
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