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The Dawn Divides: The Islamic State And Libya’s Inter-Islamist War

Libya’s political and security situation is once again in flux as alliances shift with circumstances. In mid-summer 2014, political and militia forces based in Misrata formed the Libya Dawn coalition as a unified opposition front to Qaddafi-era military officerKhalifa Hiftar’s Operation Dignity assault on Islamists in Benghazi. Yet its initial …

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The Dawn Divides: The Islamic State And Libya's Inter-Islamist War

Libya’s political and security situation is once again in flux as alliances shift with circumstances. In mid-summer 2014, political and militia forces based in Misrata formed the Libya Dawn coalition as a unified opposition front to Qaddafi-era military officerKhalifa Hiftar’s Operation Dignity assault on Islamists in Benghazi. Yet its initial …

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Ghadames dialogue seen as positive: Congress delegates accept Geneva decisions

The UN-brokered dialogue talks between the rival political groups took a significant step forward today with delegates from the continuing General National Congress ending their boycott and attending the latest session, in Ghadames.

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Gaddafi loyalists lose lustre in court’s dull setting

For all Libya’s chaos, there is one constant. Every two weeks, tens of defendants are presented before a judge at a court in a prison in Tripoli. The defendants are always the same, though their number sometimes vary. The trial? The prosecution of former Gaddafi-era Jamahiriya officials, most notably (but …

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Gaddafi loyalists lose lustre in court's dull setting

For all Libya’s chaos, there is one constant. Every two weeks, tens of defendants are presented before a judge at a court in a prison in Tripoli. The defendants are always the same, though their number sometimes vary. The trial? The prosecution of former Gaddafi-era Jamahiriya officials, most notably (but …

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EU Warns Spoilers of Evasive Dialogue Process in Libya

Brussels— European Union foreign ministers warned Monday the “spoilers” of the evasive “dialogue process” that is being sponsored by the United National in Libya saying it would be willing to take restrictive measures against them.

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