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US judge freezes cases against Libya’s Khalifa Haftar, citing political interference

In the latest twist in Khalifa Haftar’s US legal battles, a federal judge in Alexandria, Virginia, on Thursday issued a halt to a series of civil lawsuits levelled against the Libyan commander until presidential elections in the country are concluded.

Why does the Arab League condemn Turkey’s efforts in Libya and stay silent about Israel?

Earlier this week, a Libyan private jet landed in Israel’s Ben Gurion airport carrying close aides of Libyan warlord General Khalifa Haftar. The identities of those onboard were not disclosed, but an Israeli journalist revealed that the jet took off from the UAE and that its next destination after Israel …

What has Libya’s uncelebrated ceasefire achieved?

We have just passed the first anniversary of the Libyan ceasefire agreement signed in Geneva last October, which brought to an end one of the bloodiest episodes in the country’s recent history, apart from an occasional flare up here and there. The agreement, although not yet fully implemented, was a …

UNSMIL statement on the JMC meeting in Cairo with representatives of Chad, Niger, and Sudan and agreement on establishing communication and coordination mechanism with neighboring countries

The 5+5 Joint Military Commission (JMC) concluded on 1 November a three-day meeting in Cairo, where they agreed with representatives of Chad, Niger, and Sudan on establishing an effective communication and coordination mechanism to support the implementation of the JMC Action Plan for the departure of mercenaries, foreign fighters, and …