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More than 55 killed and wounded in Sabratha

Sabratha Hospital called, on Monday, for a relief appeal because of the shortage of the medical supplies. Moreover, the Red Crescent said that the clashes in Sabratha city resulted caused the killing of nearly ten and wounding more than 20. It added that the clashes haven’t stopped since Sunday night.

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UN envoy says Gaddafi’s son can stand as election candidate

The UN envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame, has said that Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi, the son of the late dictator, could stand as a candidate in the upcoming parliamentary and presidential elections in the North African state. Salame told France 24 on Friday that supporters and loyalists of the former regime …

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State of emergency in Tripoli ahead of banned pro-Igtit rally

There is rising tension in Tripoli tonight as the Presidency Council (PC) declared a state of emergency and banned a planned Martyrs’ Square rally tomorrow in support of entrepreneur and would-be presidential candidate Baset Igtet.

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UNSMIL announces that Zintan and Tripoli agreed to allow IDPs to return safely to Tripoli

As part of its efforts to promote national reconciliation among the Libyans, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) organized a two-day meeting in Tunis on 20 and 21 September, between delegations from Zintan and Tripoli, in order to facilitate a safe …

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