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Amazigh Supreme Council: Haftar and his forces pose serious threat to Libya’s Amazigh

The commander of Dignity Operation Khalifa Haftar and his forces pose a serious threat to the Libyan Amazigh because of their (Amazigh) rejection of the return of the military reign and the terrorist ideology, Amazigh Supreme Council in Libya said Thursday.

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Hifter set to cast wide influence in potential Libyan elections

In a surprising move, Gen. Khalifa Hifter, Libya’s eastern military strongman, announced his acceptance of elections in Libya as a way out of the political deadlock in the war-ravaged country. Spokesman Brig. Gen. Ahmed al-Mesmari announced the decision in a news conference Dec. 27.

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Making money from EU’s migration policies in Libya

In recent weeks, the unfolding tragedy of refugees stuck in the Libyan migration system has caught the eye of the European public. The conditions they face are terrible: beatings, torture, systematic rape, slave trade and killings.

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Will holding elections in 2018 end Libya’s conflict?

On 29 November, United Nations special envoy to Libya Ghassan Salame stated that the UN mission was working on holding elections in Libya before the end of 2018.

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Digging up Al-Senussi shrine in Libya’s Al-Kufra condemned, Fatwa House says Saudi Arabia behind it

The Presidential Council of the Government of National Accord has issued a statement on Tuesday denouncing the exhumation of the shrine of the father of Libya’s monarch Idris Al-Senussi: Mohammed Al-Mahdi Al-Senussi in Al-Kufra last Friday.

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Libya’s Interior Ministry to recruit 500 diplomatic security personnel to protect foreign embassies

Libya’s Interior Ministry of the UN-backed government has approved to recruit 500 new members of the diplomatic security service responsible for protecting foreign embassies and missions in Libya, according to a security official on Monday.

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