ICC demands immediate release of staff detained in LibyaListen /
The International Criminal Court (ICC) is demanding the immediate release of four staff members detained in Libya since Thursday, 7 June.
The ICC says it is very concerned about their safety, especially since it has not been able to contact them.
The staffers were on an official ICC mission to meet with Saif Al-Islam Qadhafi, the son of Libya's former leader.
He is being held on charges of crimes against humanity for his role in the country's conflict last year.
The court has sent representatives to Libya to meet with officials to discuss the detention.
Julie Walker spoke with Fadi El Abdallah, the Head of Public Affairs at the ICC about its concerns for the workers.