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HoR, HSC and PC criticise Salame’s political elite corruption claims

Thirty-seven House of Representatives (HoR) members called on the Attorney General to open an investigation into the ‘‘dangerous’’ corruption claims made by UNSMIL head Ghassan Salame.

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Tabu tribe calls for an international investigation into violations against them

Components of the Tabu tribe demanded in a statement the release of their abducted sons immediately and unconditionally, calling on the Security Council and the international community to intervene urgently, to protect civilians and form an international commission, in order to investigate violations in the city of Murzuk, in accordance …

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Amnesty lambasts EU downscaling of Mediterranean migration mission

Amnesty International criticised the European Union on Wednesday for a “shameful” abdication of its humanitarian responsibilities after the bloc agreed to withdraw ships patrolling the Mediterranean for migrants attempting the perilous voyage, says Reuters.

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Libya: Protesters demand release of Gaddafi-era spy chief Senussi

Relatives and supporters of Libya‘s Gaddafi-era intelligence chief, jailed for his alleged role in a bloody crackdown during the country’s 2011 uprising, protested in Tripoli on Saturday to demand his release.

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Whose side is Russia on in Libya?

On March 17, Khaled al-Mishri, president of Libya’s High Council of State (HCS), arrived in Moscow at the invitation of the Federal Council, Russia’s upper house of parliament, to discuss bilateral relations and ways to tackle Libya’s ongoing political crisis. Mishri was received by Valentina Matvienko, speaker of the Russian council, and also held talks with Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov, …

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