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More heavy clashes with militants in Benghazi as Hafter and Thinni government try to neutralise GNA supporters

The sound of heavy explosions in Ganfudah and Sabri districts could be heard across Benghazi this morning as fighting continued with militants still operating on the areas. So far on Saturday, there have been no air strikes, unlike yesterday, Friday, when LNA MiGs bombed targets in Gwarsha and the Nowruz …

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UN blacklists ship carrying east Libyan oil

The United Nations Security Council Libya sanctions committee blacklisted on Wednesday an Indian-flagged tanker carrying crude oil shipped by the Bayda government preventing it from entering any ports.

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Outgoing Libyan government faces eviction from Bayda

Libya’s acting government – that is expected to hand over power to the newly formed unity cabinet in coming days – is being evicted from Bayda, where has been based since 2014. Built-up frustrations in the eastern Libyan town have prompted local officials to declare the government “unwanted”  in the wake of the upcoming power …

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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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Conditional support for Unity Government in eastern Libya

Agila Saleh Gweider, president of Libya’s internationally-recognized parliament, has expressed his conditional support for the Libyan Political Agreement signed by rival parliamentarians ten days ago in Morocco. Saleh had rejected the agreement, instead leading a parallel negotiation process together with Nuri Abusahmain, the head of the rival legislature in Tripoli.

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