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High-profile European politicians, including the EU’s former foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini, Italy’s current and former interior ministers and the current and former prime ministers of Malta, have been named as the subjects of a criminal complaint at the international criminal court alleging they conspired with Libya’s coastguard to illegally push back refugees trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea into Europe, The Guardian reported.

The Libyan outgoing Prime Minister Abdel Hamid Dbeibeh held Wednesday in Tunis a bilateral meeting with the Tunisian Prime Minister, Najlaa Boudin, “to discuss bilateral relations and ways to take measures that enhance the common interest between the two countries,” according to Dbeibeh’s Media Office.