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Hafter appoints southern security committee

Khalifa Haftar, The head of the Libyan National Army has appointed an 11-man committee to negotiate with tribes and elders in the south of the country, Fezzan, to end the instability there. The committee, made up of southerners, is also charged with creating a united army out of the various …

Assessing Community Safety in the Governorate of Hebron

In order to implement an effective security strategy plan in the Governorate of Hebron, it is necessary for security providers be able to identify the reasons for insecurity, and the lack of community safety. For this reason, the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of the Armed Forces (DCAF), in …

Zintan, Al-Rajban, Al-Zawiya sign ceasefire, Al-Zawiya revolutionaries reject

Zintan and Al-Rajban signed Tuesday a ceasefire agreement with Al-Zawiya to put an end for the ongoing bloodshed and to withdraw fighters back to their cities’ boundaries as well as to stop identity-based arrests and open the blocked roads to guarantee the safety of movement to and fro Tripoli.

Assessing Community Safety in the Governorate of Jenin

In order to implement an effective security strategy plan in the Governorate of Jenin, it is necessary for security providers be able to identify the reasons for insecurity and lack of community safety. As a result, the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of the Armed Forces (DCAF), in collaboration …

UNSMIL Welcomes Misrata-Tawergha Agreement at Tunis Meeting 27-28 May 2015

The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) welcomes the agreement reached by the delegations of Misrata and Tawergha at a meeting in Tunis on 28 May 2015 as another important step in achieving justice and ensuring the right of return in safety and dignity of the Tawerghans to their …

Tackling Human Security Challenges in North-Western Tunisia

This report summarizes the outcomes of a conference on security challenges in Northwestern Tunisia, which was held in April 2014 in Tabarka in the Jendouba governorate. The publication focuses on the following four main topics: Political security and the decentralization that followed the revolution in Tunisia; Economic security and development …