ICC rejects Libya bid to try Qaddafi son

The International Criminal Court has again rejected attempts by Libya to delay handing over one of former dictator Muammar Qaddafi's sons, who is wanted for trial.

Judges unanimously dismissed Libya's latest appeal against the court's order to surrender Seif al-Islam Qaddafi for trial on charges of murdering and persecuting civilians in the early days of the uprising that toppled his father's regime last year.

Seif al-Islam was captured by rebels last year and is being held in the western town of Zintan
  Libyan authorities are resisting, saying they want to put him on trial at home.

Wednesday's decision heaps more pressure on Tripoli to send Seif al-Islam to The Hague.