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NATO arranges for a decision to intervene in Libya

European sources said that some members of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) are closely thinking about military intervention to strike terrorism strongholds inside Libya, in the wake of Libyan political factions’ inability to form government approved by the international community, despite the international community’s decision based on the outcomes of …

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Libyan journalists: torture, displacement and raping

The Arabic newspaper, Al-Araby Al-Jadid, published a report, and LIBYAPROSPECT is translating here, tackling journalists’ statues inside Libya after the 17th February revolution. It said that after the revolution, a lot of TV stations, radio and newspapers were launched in Libya, so freedom space increased after decades of sole speech. …

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Decree No. (3) of 2016 on the establishment of the Government of National Accord

On Monday, the Presidency Council issued a decree with 7 votes out of 9, suggesting names for a Government of National Accord (GNA). This decree will be presented to the House of Representatives (HoR) in Tobruk for approval. This is part of a process initiated on 17 December 2015 when …

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Tebu – Tuareg peace deal shaken by renewed clashes

Heavy clashes shook Ubari this week, once again casting doubt on the dragged out peace talks between the Tebu and the Tuareg. The two communities are at war since August 2014, fighting for the control of the southwest Libyan desert oasis. Last November, representatives from both sides signed a peace …

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Kobler meets president and boycotting members of HoR in Shahat – but separately

UN Special Envoy Martin Kobler held talks with both the President of the House of Representatives (HoR), Ageela Salah, and its boycotting members in a flying visit to the east Libyan town of Shahat, but in different meetings.

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Al-Qaeda leader menaces West if they enter Libya

A leader in Al-Qaeda group in the Islamic Maghreb warned the West against intervention in Libya, calling on all Libyans to unite to ditch democracy, describing the Prime Minister of being an ally of the West, according to him, Aljazeera net reported.

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