Libya seeks extradition of Gaddafi's family from Algeria
Libya's government considers Algeria's sheltering of members of Muammar Gaddafi's family an act of aggression and will seek their extradition, a National Transitional Council spokesman said on Monday. "We have promised to provide a just trial to all those criminals and therefore we consider this an act of aggression," spokesman Mahmoud Shamman told Reuters.
Gaddafi's s wife, two sons and a daughter entered Algeria Monday, the foreign ministry in Algiers announced. "The wife of Muammar Gaddafi, Safia, his daughter Aisha, and sons Hannibal and Mohammed, accompanied by their children, entered Algeria at 08:45 am through the Algeria-Libyan border," the ministry said in a statement published by APS news agency.
Meanwhile, Libyan rebel sources conveyed that another son, Khamis was killed yesterday in firefights in south Libya.
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