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UK ‘could have done more’ to prevent Libya chaos

A UK Foreign Office minister has admitted that the UK “could have done more” to prevent Libya’s descent into chaos after NATO’s intervention in 2011 that brought the end to ousted dictator Muammar Gaddafi’s rule.

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Egyptian airstrikes kill terrorist leader in Libya’s Derna

A local source from al-Hereish hospital in Libya’s Derna has confirmed the death of the leader of the Shura Council of Mujahedeen in Derna abu Mus’ab al-Shaaria, known as al-Amir, in airstrikes launched by Egypt in the city over the past few days, Afrigate News reported.

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Libya Today: From Arab Spring to failed state

This week, fighting erupted between rival militias in Tripoli, shattering a period of calm that lasted since March. The UN-backed government lost more than 50 fighters.

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Libyan MPs condemn Egypt’s air strike on Derna

Members of parliament in Libya have called on Egypt to provide evidence of the alleged involvement of Libyan militants in the bus attack that left 29 Coptic Christians dead last week, the Arabi21 news website has reported. They made their call after condemning the Egyptian air strike against heavily-populated areas …

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