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The Middle East’s Lost Decades

In countries as diverse as Egypt, Libya, Syria, and Tunisia, ordinary citizens took to the streets to challenge their authoritarian rulers and demand dignity, equality, and social justice. For a moment, it seemed as if change had finally arrived in the Middle East. Yet in the aftermath of the Arab …

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Serraj government and UNSMIL condemn civilian deaths attributed to Hafter’s forces – Hafter’s forces deny responsibility

The internationally recognized Libyan government led by Faiez Serraj based in Tripoli today condemned in the strongest terms this morning’s airstrike of central Tripoli’s residential area of Furnaj. The strike killed a number of civilians, including children and women the statement said.

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New association formed by Haftar to take over public and private properties

The Head of General Mobilization Authority in eastern Libya, Oun Al-Furjani, said the General Command of Dignity Operation of Khalifa Haftar had established this authority to have factories under its own supervision and management.

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Libyan parliament demands a no-fly zone for military aircraft to protect civilians

Tripoli-based House of Representatives called in a statement on Wednesday the UN Security Council to ban military aircraft from flying over Libyan territory to protect civilians from the air attacks carried out by Haftar forces and his foreign backers.

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