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Algeria’s Libya Problem

Algeria has a problem knocking on its door: Libya. A relative powerhouse in North Africa, a combination of political and economic issues has weakened Algeria in recent years, limiting its engagement in Libya while it dealt with its more immediate concerns at home. Despite these challenges, Algeria may step up …

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Stranded in Libya: ISIL’s Tunisian women and children

Baraa Zayani is nearly four years old and has spent more than half of his life in a Libyan prison. His only offence: he was born to a Tunisian father, now deceased, who joined the ranks of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) abroad.

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UN calls for urgent protection for Tawergha internally displaced

The UN Humanitarian organisations and partners in Libya are deeply concerned about the situation faced by Tawergha men, women and children who are unable to return home and currently living in makeshift-tented settlements with precarious conditions in Qararat al-Qataf and Hwara.

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Presidential Council hails efforts of its forces in Sabha, vows more support

The Presidential Council (PC) issued a statement praising the success of “army forces” in thwarting attacks in Sabha, reaffirming that more support will be given to them in order to help them defeat the “mercenaries’ attacks.”

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Libya official: Foreign armed groups attack military area in Sabha

A military zone affiliated to the Government of National Accord (GNA) in Libya’s southern city of Sabha came under attack by foreign armed groups yesterday, the Anadolu Agency reported quoting the city’s mayor, Hamid Al-Khayali.

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