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Haftar invites Prime Minister, Head of PC to attend Operation Dignity anniversary

Khalifa Haftar, who commands self-styled armed forces’ general command and has recently attempted to seize power by a military coup, invited Wednesday the Prime Minister Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah and Head of Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, as well as the Speaker of House of Representatives, Aqila Saleh – in addition to Presidential …

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Libyan human rights group appeals to GNU to intervene in securing release of Hanan Al-Barassi’s children

The Libyan Crime Watch appealed to the Ministry of Interior of Government of National Unity (GNU) to intervene immediately in the release of Ayman and Hanin Al-Abdali, the son and daughter of the assassinated female lawyer and human rights activist, Hanan Al-Barassi in Benghazi.

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Libya and Tunisia discuss smoother border transit

The Libyan Embassy in Tunis reported yesterday that its Security Attaché, Brigadier General Ibrahim Al Bouissi, discussed on Saturday with Tunisia’s Interior Ministry measures related to facilitating the passage of travellers between the two countries through land and air borders.

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US envoy to Khartoum calls on Sudanese opposition leaders to withdraw their fighters from Libya

The US Special Envoy to Sudan and South Sudan, Donald Booth, has called on the leaders of the armed Sudanese opposition movements to withdraw their fighters from Libya, insisting “Now that they are in the government, they cannot play both sides.”

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UN envoy: Libya mercenaries a threat to entire North Africa

The UN special envoy for Libya warned the Security Council that progress on the key issue of withdrawing mercenaries and foreign fighters from Libya has stalled and their continued presence is a threat not only to Libya but to the North African region.

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