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Martin Kobler warns against the risk of renewed conflict: “I urge all parties to act with restraint”

The Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), Martin Kobler, warns against the risk of escalation leading to renewed conflict following developments in central Libya. Martin Kobler said, “I urge all parties to act with restraint and to resolve issues through …

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Haftar’s military plane targets civilian aircraft in Al-Jufra

The Media Office at Air-Defense Department in the city of Misrata said, on Tuesday, that a military plane affiliated with the army of the House of Representatives (HoR) under the leadership of General Khalifa Haftar had bombarded Al-Jufra Air-Base. The air raid had destroyed a civilian plane and caused casualties.

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Is Haftar repeating his scenario of Derna?

Events occurred in Al-Jufra, two days ago, raised many concerns regarding the military confrontations between Dignity forces led by General Khalifa Haftar and Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous forces, after one of the later battalions were bombed by Dignity planes. The Operations “Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous” Chamber threatened, in a statement, to respond to any …

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Is Libya returning to military rule?

It is not always the case that popular uprisings against despotic authoritarian regimes and their total removal will necessarily lead to a new democratic system of government. The world has witnessed many examples of this, although and in some cases, the regression to authoritarianism was for a short period.

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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 …

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