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Libyans fear obstructive status quo, want elections, end of transition, support ceasefire, exit of mercenaries, and for UN to end foreign interference: UNSMIL

According to the results of a digital chat held yesterday between Acting UNSMIL head Stephanie Williams and 1,000 Libyans, Libyans fear the obstructionist status quo party, want the 24 December elections, support the current ceasefire, want the exit of foreign forces and mercenaries, would like more UN help in ending …

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Pro-Haftar militiaman claims Al-Kani militia in Tarhouna killed “Muslim Brotherhood members” only

A senior leader from Khalifa Haftar’s forces, Al-Saharif Al-Marghani, said the bodies found in Tarhouna mass graves aren’t for Libyan nationals but for foreigners, disregarding the fact that tens of Libyan families have identified their beloved ones after being recovered from those mass graves.

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Libya: Road to Peace Can’t Bypass Justice

Armed groups that support competing Libyan governments and their international benefactors have been responsible for massive civilian casualties, displacement, and destruction during 2020, Human Rights Watch said today in its World Report 2021 There is an urgent need for a newly established United Nations-mandated Libya fact-finding mission to investigate violations …

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Britain’s Rose Partners helps Interior Ministry establish Supreme Security Chamber

British security company, Rose Partners, is helping the Interior Ministry of the internationally recognized Libyan government in Libya a create a ‘‘Supreme Security Chamber’’. The Chamber will be launched on 17 January, the Ministry announced yesterday.

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Libya’s Defense Ministry, General Staff and military zones pledge to avoid internal clashes

The Libyan Defense Minister, Salah Al-Namroush, has agreed with the Chief of Staff, Mohammed Al-Haddad, and the commanders of western, central and Tripoli’s military zones of the Government of National Accord (GNA) to sign a “code of honor” that prohibits all brigades and forces from fighting one another.

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