ICC Prosecutor urges Libyan authorities to ensure justiceListen /
The Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court (ICC) has called on the Libyan authorities to ensure justice is served in relation to crimes committed during the overthrow of former leader Muammar Qadhafi in 2011.
Fatou Bensouda on Wednesday briefed the Security Council on cases concerning Libya which is undergoing political transition following more than four decades of autocratic rule.
Last year the ICC issued indictments against the country's late leader; his son, Saif Al-Islam Qadhafi, and former intelligence chief, Abdullah Al-Senussi, for crimes against humanity related to the pro-democracy uprising.
Cristina Silveiro caught up with Ms. Bensouda to learn how Libya is cooperating with the court which is located in The Hague, a city in The Netherlands.