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Can there be a Peaceful Solution for Libya’s Conflict?

For the last four weeks, the Libyan capital of Tripoli has been the latest battlefield in Libya’s on-and-off war of the past five years. However, this time it is very different. It is on a much larger scale than ever before and for very different motives. Khalifa Haftar’s forces marched …

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Libyan ambassador to UN calls international community to investigate Haftar crimes in Tripoli

Libya’s UN ambassador, Al-Mahdi Al-Mughrabi, called on Wednesday the international community and the International Criminal Court (ICC) to hold accountable those responsible for crimes committed in Tripoli.

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UN: 443 killed in Libyan capital since last month as a result of Haftar offensive

The UN’s health agency, the World Health Organization, says 443 people have died and 2,110 have been wounded in violence in Libya’s capital since the head of the self-styled Libyan National Army, rogue General Khalifa Haftar, launched an offensive against Tripoli last month.

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UN report finds likely use of armed drone in Libya by Haftar or ‘third party’

United Nations sanctions monitors are investigating likely use of an armed drone by eastern Libyan National Army (LNA) forces or a supporting “third party” in an attack last month on troops affiliated with Libya’s internationally-recognized government, according to a confidential report to the UN Security Council, Reuters reports.

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France’s Macron calls for ceasefire in Libya after meeting Sarraj

French President Emmanuel Macron has called for a ceasefire in the month-long battle for Libya’s capital Tripoli after meeting with Fayez al-Sarraj, the prime minister of the country’s internationally recognised government.

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