TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) — A court hearing for officials of deposed Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi has resumed in Tripoli, but without the former regime's most prominent figure — Gadhafi's son, who is being held by a powerful militia group.
Seif al-Islam Gadhafi was not among the 30 detained men held in a cage called the "indictment chamber" as prosecutors read out charges against them. The men stand accused of committing crimes during Libya's eight-month civil war that ended Gadhafi's 42-year-rule.
Defense Lawyer Ibrahim Salem told reporters the case has been adjourned until Oct. 24.
Prison motorcades ferrying the defendants, including ex-spy chief Abdullah al-Senoussi, were seen at the courtroom. Several journalists were barred from attending.
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