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Washington Should Demand Accountability from Libya’s Beleaguered Parliament

With seven months left in its mandate, Libya’s House of Representatives (House) in Tobruk has sent a high-level delegation to Washington this week. Critics of the House continue to demand greater accountability from Libya’s parliament amid mounting concerns of incompetence and corruption as Libya faces a growing threat from the …

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Libya, a priority for Tunisian foreign policy?

The Bardo attack indicates that Tunisia will not be able to remain immune to Libya’s ongoing conflict where two rival governments fight for power and the Islamic State is gaining ground. This neighbouring country continues to be a delicate issue for the Tunisian government.

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Video & Excerpts from SRSG Leon’s Press Conference at the start of Libyan political dialogue in Morocco

Hello to everybody. Hello to all the journalists. It is a pleasure to see you again. And as in previous occasions, we are looking forward to working with you in a good spirit of cooperation. Thanks for your patience. Thanks for being ready to spend some time with us. As …

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The rise of ISIS is a symptom, not a cause, of Libya’s woes

In the early hours of Monday morning, a bomb exploded at the gate of the Moroccan embassy in Tripoli, the capital of Libya. A few hours before that, gunmen attacked the South Korean embassy in the city. Responsibility for the attacks was claimed by Islamic State militants. This follows other …

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UN condemns Libya flare-up, calls for immediate ceasefire

In a statement issued on Saturday, the UN urged the Libyan warring factions to stop fighting in the restive town of al-Aziziya in Warshafana area, some 35 kilometers west of the capital city of Tripoli, warning that the clashes are taking place “at a time when significant progress is being …

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