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Beheadings and suicide bombings: The new rage in Libya

How many more beheadings have to take place in Benghazi and Derna before U.N. representatives or Western statesmen stop talking about the need for all parties in the Libyan civil war to sit down and negotiate away their differences? Those same statesmen and representatives should instead put their own heads …

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Sudan says Libyan peace initiative well received: conference in Khartoum on 1 December

The Sudanese government says it is pleased with the progress of its initiative to lay the groundwork for an inclusive Libyan dialogue and that a conference which will include all Libya’s neighbours will be held in Khartoum on 1 December.

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Egyptian and UAE embassies in Tripoli car-bombed

The Egyptian and UAE embassies in Tripoli have been damaged in bomb attacks very early this morning. Car bombs exploded at much the same time outside the walls of the Egyptian embassy on the Corniche, a stone’s throw from the Italian embassy and the Waddan Hotel, and outside the UAE’s …

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Is Algeria's dialogue initiative for Libya still viable?

TUNIS, Tunisia — The focus of some Libyans and others interested in Libyan affairs turned toward Algeria in September, when the government announced its intention to host a dialogue in late October among Libya’s warring parties. October passed, however, without the dialogue taking place. Libya’s fate became even murkier on …

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The “T Zone” – where all Zawia is committed to the fight

Libyan military operations are all about Kikla and Benghazi front-lines. However, the future of Libya could be decided in the so-called T Zone, 80 kilometres north-east of Zintan and 50 kilometres south of Zawia. It was retaken last week by Zawia brigades, which support Libyan Dawn. Zawia’s fighters, civilians, businessmen …

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