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Crumbling States: Security Sector Reform in Libya and Yemen

Already-weak states in Libya and Yemen crumbled as struggles for control over their security sectors became central to transitional politics after the popular uprisings of 2011. Instead of being reformed and upgraded to enhance the fragile legitimacy of interim governments, the security sectors collapsed by 2014. Libya and Yemen are …

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Libyan Women’s Platform for Peace urges all parties to act responsibly to ensure an inclusive political agreement

Libyan Women’s Platform for Peace (LWPP), a leading Libyan women’s NGO, has expressed its firm conviction that the UN led Political Dialogue headed by Bernardino Leon, has reached an important stage towards achieving national consensus.

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أكد مصدر من مدينة اجدابيا، اليوم الثلاثاء، مقتل  زعيم تنظيم القاعدة في بلاد المغرب الإسلامي المدعو مختار بالمختار على يد شباب مدينة اجدابيا بعد أن تعرض إلى قصف جوي من مقاتلات امريكية ليلة السبت الماضي أثناء وجوده في مزرعة الساعدي النوفلي المغرب الناطق باسم مجلس شوري اجدابيا.

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Support for peace arrangements in west continues

The number of western towns in Libya backing a peace accord continues to grow. The process, which started with deals between Zintan, Gharyan and Zawia, has now extended include Misrata, Sabratha, Surman, Rajban, Rigdaleen, Jadu, Yefren, Nalut, Kikla, Al-Jmail, and Zliten. Municipal leaders have reportedly all agreed that their forces …

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Peace “breaking out” in western Libya

In the latest in a series of local peace deals in the west of the country, Zintan and Zawia have signed a reconciliation pact and a truce has been agreed between Zuwara on the one side and the nearby towns of Al-Jmail, Rigdalin and Zultan on the other. The Libyan National …

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