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Could internal divisions derail Libya’s democratic path?

Libya has faced a bumpy road towards obtaining a stable government, despite establishing a ceasefire in October 2020 which precipitated a unity agreement and slated elections for 24 December 2021.

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Libya: Evidence crimes against humanity and war crimes committed since 2016, UN report finds

There are reasonable grounds to believe that war crimes have been committed in Libya, while violence perpetrated in prisons and against migrants there may amount to crimes against humanity, the Independent Fact-Finding Mission on Libya says in a report published today.

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Libyan PM visits Niger to discuss immigration and border security

The Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah, arrived in Niger’s capital Niamey on Wednesday and met with President Mohamed Bazoum to review issues of illegal immigration from northern Niger through southern Libya and border security.

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