Gaddafi's lawyer Khaled al-Zaidi confirmed Saif al-Islam was in good health and ready to work toward peace in Libya.
According to Saif al-Islam Gaddaf's lawyer, the man once tipped to rule Libya is free.
Public demonstrations, a Libyan military strongman and defections to ISIS have all damaged Ansar al-Sharia's standing in Libya.
Equatorial Guinea's president saluted the late Libyan leader's vision to create a United States of Africa.
Sebastian Gorka has come under fire for his views on Islam.
The military government said they imposed the ban to prevent Libyans joining terrorist groups abroad.
Libya's eastern authority has banned women under 60 years old from traveling alone.
British-led intervention contributed to the growth of ISIS in Libya, a parliamentary report found.
Saif Al-Islam was sentenced to death by a Libyan court in 2015 and is wanted by the ICC.
The U.S. Treasury accused North Korea's supreme leader of "notorious human rights abuses."
The Libyan city is ISIS's most important stronghold in the country.
Countries including the U.S. and Russia say they will support exemptions to a U.N. arms embargo.
Representatives of the Tobruk and Tripoli parliaments have proposed an initial deal to form a national government.
Libya is caught in a war between its internationally recognized government and an unofficial one controlling Tripoli.
Libyan Court Sentences Muammar Gaddafi's Son, Saif al-Islam Saif, and Eight Other Ex-Officials to Death
Defendants had been accused of a range of offenses including the use of deadly force against unarmed demonstrators, as well as corruption.
Belmokhtar has been reported dead several times only to reappear in jihadist propaganda claiming responsibility for new attacks.
900 people drowned crossing the Mediterranean last week as EU leaders step up efforts to destroy traffickers' vessels.
Explosion damages Moroccan embassy in Tripoli the day after gunmen kill two in attack on South Korean mission.
Fighting between IS and Libya Dawn has forced civilians to flee to Misrata.
As jihadis use cultural vandalism as a weapon of war, fears are increasing for the country's Greco-Roman heritage.