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Mitiga Airport suspends air traffic after hit by Haftar’s militias

Update: Flights resumed after a brief suspension Air traffic has been suspended once again at Mitiga International Airport due to its incessant bombing, a statement on the airport’s Facebook page says. The media office of the Volcano of Rage Operation had confirmed earlier today, that the airport and the area adjacent …

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Civilian Forces Movement accuses UNSMIL of infringement of Libya’s sovereignty

Libya’s Civilian Forces Movement (CFM) has accused the UNSMIL of encroaching on the country’s sovereignty and its state institutions as it continued Geneva talks in disregard to the boycott of House of Representatives (HoR) and High Council of State’s (HCS) participants. In a statement on Wednesday, the CFM added that …

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Libya’s High Council of State suspends participation in Geneva talks

The Libyan High Council of State (HCS) has unanimously agreed on suspending participation of its delegation in Geneva-based UN-led political track until some factors are clarified. In a session attended by 86 members on Saturday, the HCS said the factors include seeing development achieved in the military dialogue, commitment to …

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Libya’s Interior Minister: We don’t mind setting up US base in Libya to undermine Russian influence

The Libyan Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha has expressed no rejection to setting up a United Sates’ (US) base in Libya to fight terrorism, organized crime and to limit the foreign intervention in his country.

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UN tries to salvage Libya talks after government announces pullout

The United Nations sought to salvage talks over a ceasefire for Libya on Wednesday, after the government based in Tripoli announced overnight that it was pulling out after a single day, to protest against the shelling of the port in the capital, reported Reuters.

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Tripoli government suspends Libya talks after Haftar’s forces attack capital’s port

Libya’s internationally recognised government on Tuesday suspended talks hosted by the United Nations to halt warfare over the capital after eastern forces shelled Tripoli’s port, killing three people and almost hitting a highly explosive gas tanker.

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