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Senussi:

see SanusiSanusi
or Senussi
, Arabic Sanusiyya, a political-religious organization in Libya and Sudan founded in Mecca in 1837 by Muhammad bin Ali al-Sanusi (1791–1859), known as the Grand Sanusi.
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SUSPECT Gaddafi's relative Senussi "So this has been a long time coming.
In July, a Libyan court sentenced Gaddafi's most prominent son, Saif al-Islam, and eight others including Senussi to death over war crimes including killings of protesters in 2011.
The revolution against Qadhafi began in Benghazi - the main base of the Senussi order.
Subpart B demonstrates that the Court is open to considering limited due process norms through predictive analysis by assessing the text and structure of the Gaddafi and Senussi opinions in the context of existing ICC jurisprudence.
It is also unclear whether the upcoming annual GCC summit will be held in Doha, as scheduled, Al Senussi and other GCC officials said.
TRIPOLI - Libya's ex-intelligence chief Abdullah Senussi appeared in a Tripoli court with his lawyers for the first time Sunday, accused of abuses during the 2011 uprising that toppled dictator Muammar Gaddafi.
His car was shot at near the Benghazi medical college on Thursday, while Senussi tried to escape but was shot again some 200 meters farther along the road, this time fatally, RT reported.
Senussi was joined in the court by Gaddafi's former prime minister Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi, and former foreign minister Abdul Ati al-Obeidi.
The ICC stressed that the Senussi decision had no bearing on the case against Gaddafi's son Saif al-Islam, who is still wanted in The Hague.
Summary: The move could subject chaotic Libya to sanctions if it continues to deny lawyers access to Abdullah Senussi.
As of today, Cyrenaica is a federal region within the framework of the Libyan state," Senussi said in a speech to a rally.
Senussi, among the most feared members of Gaddafi's regime before rebels toppled it last year, was captured in the West African state in March, triggering a tug of war between Libya, France and the International Criminal Court for his extradition.