Libya’s jailed ex-PM Mahmudi says he is innocent

Moamer Kadhafi's last premier, Baghdadi al-Mahmudi, who was controversially extradited from Tunisia to LibyaMoamer Kadhafi's last premier, Baghdadi al-Mahmudi, who was controversially extradited from Tunisia to Libya to face justice, said on Tuesday that he was innocent.


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