Libya has freed four International Criminal Court (ICC) officials detained since June for visiting Muammar Qaddafi's captured son, Saif al-Islam.
The release came after court President Sang-hyun Song of South Korea apologized for the "difficulties" that had arisen from their mission.
The staffers, Australian lawyer Melinda Taylor and Lebanese-born interpreter Helene Assaf, were detained in early June in the town of Zintan and accused of smuggling documents and hidden recording devices to Muammar Qaddafi's captured son, Saif al-Islam.
Two male court staffers who were travelling with Taylor and Assaf stayed with them during their detention.
They are due to leave for Europe on July 2 on a flight arranged by Italy, the Italian ambassador said.
Based on reporting by Reuters, AP, and AFP