Libya's government has summoned U.S. Ambassador Deborah Jones to seek clarification over the capture by U.S. forces of alleged Al-Qaeda operative Abu Anas al-Libi in the capital.
Libya has said it was not informed in advance of the raid on October 5, when Libi was grabbed in broad daylight in Tripoli.
A Foreign Ministry statement issued on October 8 said that Justice Minister Salah al-Marghani had summoned Jones on October 7 to "ask for answers to several questions" related to the case.
Prime Minister Ali Zeidan said on October 8 that "Libyan citizens should be judged in Libya."
Libi, whose real name is Nazih Abdul Hamed al-Raghie, is reportedly being held aboard a U.S. ship in the Mediterranean.
Based on reporting by AFP and AP