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Libya freed the staffers Monday after the court’s president flew to the country to oversee their release and apologized for the incident.

The four have not spoken to media since flying into Rotterdam in the early hours of Tuesday, and the court says it will now investigate Libya’s claims that they showed documents to Seif al-Islam Gadhafi that could harm Libya’s national security.

“The four of our colleagues are in good physical shape and in good spirits as well,” said court spokesman Fadi El Abdallah. “They were very happy to be reunited with their families.”

Libyan officials have handed details of their investigation to the court, but ICC officials in The Hague say they need to conduct their own probe.

From wire dispatches and staff reports

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