(CNN) - Libyan authorities have until 5 p.m. (10 a.m. ET) Tuesday to tell the International Criminal Court whether it plans to hand over the deposed leader's son Saif al-Islam Gadhafi, ICC official Fadi Al Abdull said.
If they do not reply, they face referral to the United Nations Security Council, he added.
The late Moammar Gadhafi's son, once seen as his heir apparent, was captured in November after the fall of his father's regime in August. He is being held in the Libyan city of Zintan.
He was facing an arrest warrant from the ICC at the time of his capture, and the court is still seeking to prosecute him.FULL STORY
Hand him over. Ya know you do not want to make him a martyr.
*Sigh* x 2.
Here he is. Sorry about the bullet hole in his head. Our van hit a pothole and a gun went off.
Nice name Hugh.
Actually, both of your names amuse me.
@ Hughie- Infrastructure needs fixing? A start for the libyian workers?
Mama. That and they need to clean up all that unexploded ordinance before more people get hurt.
Give him to us, Libya. We know better than you.