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Libya’s foreign minister slams Greek counterpart for his visit to Benghazi

Foreign Minister Mohamed Sayala has said that the visit of his Greek counterpart to Benghazi is a clear violation of the United Nations and Security Council resolutions that recognize the Government of National Accord (GNA) as the only legitimate government that should be dealt with.

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EU calls for immediate release of kidnapped female Parliament member

The Embassies of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, the EU Delegation, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom to Libya have expressed their deep concern regarding the continued disappearance of House of Representatives member Siham Sergiwa, and called for her immediate release.

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Eastern Libyan authorities force Jordan-bound flight to land in Benghazi for “security checks”

Eastern Libyan authorities forced a civilian flight of the Libyan Airlines airliner to land in Benina Airport in Benghazi for security checks soon after it had taken off from Misurata city, which is controlled by their rivals in the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord on Thursday, Libyan Ministry of Transportation …

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Amnesty International blames Haftar for fate of kidnapped Libyan female lawmaker

Amnesty International has launched on its website a campaign calling on Khalifa Haftar to reveal the fate and whereabouts of the member of House of Representatives (HoR) Siham Sirgiwa and urging him to ensure her release and protect her from all forms of torture.

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