French company Nexa accused of selling phone call interception software to the LNA

Nov 24, 2021 | International actors

Last week, it was reported that France’s Central Office for Combatting Crimes Against Humanity, Genocide and War Crimes (OCLCH) was investigating the French company Nexa Technologies for allegedly selling the Commander of the Libyan National Army (LNA), Khalifa Haftar, a surveillance system known as ‘Alpha Max’ capable of intercepting phone calls in Libya. According to Le Monde, the company has also been prosecuted for ‘complicity in acts of torture and enforced disappearances’ for selling similar technology to Egypt.