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US Defence Department says Turkey sent over 3,500 Syrian fighters to Libya

Turkey sent between 3,500 and 3,800 paid Syrian fighters to Libya over the first three months of the year, the US Defence Department’s inspector general concluded in a new report, its first to detail Turkish deployments that helped change the course of Libya’s war.

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‘Take a more robust role’: US hits out at Europe over Libya inaction

A senior United States diplomat has urged Europe to take “a more robust role” in the Libyan conflict, starting with a focus on Russian military contractor Wagner Group and the roles played by Russia, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates – countries that are allegedly violating a UN arms embargo.

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Putin, Mohamed bin Zayed seek to reclaim common ground on Libya

On July 15, Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke with Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed about developments in Libya. After their discussion, which was initiated from the Emirati side, Russia stated that it and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) wished to revive inter-Libyan dialogue initiatives and consolidate international efforts on …

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Joint Force issues armed groups a two-day warning to evacuate southern Tripoli

The Joint Force, affiliated with the Libyan Army, has given a 48-hour warning to all armed groups in the Salah Al-Din Road, Sidra Road and Al-Shouk Road areas, south of Tripoli, to evacuate residential homes, rest houses and various civilian buildings such as hospitals, ministries, colleges and companies.

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