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Libya orders arrest of alleged trafficker who attended Italy migration talks

The UN-backed government in Libya has ordered the arrest of a man described as one of the world’s most notorious human traffickers who was this month revealed to have attended meetings between Italian officials and a Libyan delegation to discuss controls on migration flows from north Africa.

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UNSMIL says it’s following attempts to sell Libyan oil illegally

Deputy head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), Stephanie Williams said that the United Nations is closely following the attempts of the parallel oil institution under the eastern authorities in Libya to export oil, in violation of the United Nations resolutions, underscoring that the National Oil Cooperation …

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In Libya, hard economic times force migrant workers to look elsewhere

After years of civil conflict and political mismanagement, oil-rich Libya is on the verge of economic collapse. It can hardly look after its own financially struggling citizens, let alone its migrant workforce, who have become vulnerable to extortion, kidnapping, and other abuses.

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