Two Libyan soldiers convicted of UK rape

By Libya Herald reporter.

London, 15 May 2015:

Two  Libyan army cadets have each been jailed in the UK  for 12 years for male rape while three others were given sentences of between ten months and a year for sexual assault.

All the crimes were carried out last October in the university town of Cambridge, not far from the British Army camp at Bassingbourn where 300 Libyan cadets had arrived for training that June.

The court was told that the cadets had gone on a drunken rampage in which two of them, Moktar Ali Saad Mahmoud . . .

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