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Human Rights Watch demands UN probe into Haftar’s airstrike that killed three sisters in Tripoli

Human Rights Watch said Saturday that the airstrike by the “Libyan National Army (LNA)”, on a home in a residential area of Tripoli on October 14, 2019 that killed three girls and wounded their mother and another sister, is an apparent violation of the laws of war.

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Grand Mufti: Libya has the right to launch tit-for-tat attacks on the UAE

Grand Mufti Sheikh Al-Sadiq Al-Gharyani said Libyans have the right to defend themselves from the UAE’s brutal air raids on civilians and infrastructure in Libya, urging the Libyan government to look for anti-UAE allies to curb its evil.

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Scores of casualties from Haftar’s forces in violent clashes in southern Tripoli

Scores of deaths and injuries from Khalifa Haftar’s forces – 9th Brigade – were documented by social media footage after heavy clashes in southern Tripoli between Haftar’s forces and Libyan Army forces under the command of the Presidential Council’s government.

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The Middle East’s Lost Decades

In countries as diverse as Egypt, Libya, Syria, and Tunisia, ordinary citizens took to the streets to challenge their authoritarian rulers and demand dignity, equality, and social justice. For a moment, it seemed as if change had finally arrived in the Middle East. Yet in the aftermath of the Arab …

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