Al Qaeda’s Abu Anas Al-Libi is held on US warship in Mediterranean
The veteran Al Qaeda leader Abu Anas al-Libi, captured Sunday in US special forces raid in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, was taken to the Marines landing craft San Antonio which is cruising in the Mediterranean. US sources say he will be held there for two months of interrogation before being flown to the US. Secretary of State Kerry said the capture was legal, but the Libyan prime minister complained about the “kidnap. Al-Libi was indicted in 2000 along with 20 other al Qaeda suspects for the 1998 bombing attacks on US embassies in East. Africa.