Libya Conflict Timeline
Libya Conflict Timeline

1/15/13: Libyan Justice Minister announced trial of Gaddafi son, intelligence chief

8/11/12: Libya national assembly elected Gaddafi opponent for interim president

10/23/11: Libya PM declared official liberation from Gaddafi regime

10/21/11: UN rights office called for investigation into Gaddafi killing

10/20/11: Muammar Gaddafi killed by opposition fighters

10/13/11: AI report accused Libya interim government of prisoner abuse

10/9/11: UN urged human rights respect as Libya conflict ended

9/28/11: Libya issued arrest warrant for ex-PM Al-Mahmoudi

9/26/11: Libya announced plan to abolish state security courts

9/25/11: Libya leaders began formation of interim government

9/21/11: Libya ex-PM Al-Mahmoudi was arrested in Tunisia

9/14/11: World Bank recognized NTC

9/13/11: AI report accused both Libya rebel and loyalist forces of war crimes

9/9/11: UN Secretary General called for creation of Libya mission

9/8/11: ICC requested help from INTERPOL to locate Gaddafi

9/2/11: Libya interim leaders

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On September 18, 1797, future US Supreme Court Justice, Harvard law professor, and legal author Joseph Story was born at Marblehead, Massachusetts.

West Virginiia University law professor James Elkins notes that Story was also a poet - learn more about Story and read a couple of his poems here.

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