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Benghazi Saiqa Force assaults Tripoli’s Al-Ittihad footballers in Libya Football League match

The players and members of Tripoli-based Al-Ittihad took a beating by Benina stadium security personnel and Saiqa Force fighters in Benghazi on Sunday while they were scheduled to play Al-Ahli Benghazi as part of the fourth round of matches at the round-of-four matches of the Libya Football League.

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Libya after seven years of blockage: Prospects for the transition and the road map – A report

A poll conducted by leading women’s NGO, Libyan Women’s Platform for Peace (LWPP) early this year showed a selection of Libyan actors in a number of Libyan cities in the east, west and south of the country have many important findings regarding the prospects of the transition road map on …

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HCS members from Derna call for Red Cross to intervene as humanitarian crisis grows in Derna

Members of the High Council of State representing the city of Derna Mansour Al-Hassadi and Hassan Esteitah urged the envoy of the Red Cross in Libya to intervene and help to alleviate the suffering of the residents of the besieged city.

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Red Crescent refutes claims of finding 116 Egyptian bodies buried in Libya

The Libyan Red Crescent refuted claims say that it had found 116 Egyptian bodies buried in a desert area, east Libya. Several News outlets mistakenly reported that the bodies are of illegal immigrants, adding that they found their IDs and other personal belongings also buried with them.

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RFS condemns Serraj PC for institutionalising Rada militia with increased powers

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has called for the immediate withdrawal of a decree by the Faiez Serraj-led and internationally recognized Presidency Council / Government of National Accord (PC/GNA) in Tripoli that would turn a militia, guilty of abuses against journalists, into an anti-crime unit with very broad surveillance powers.

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