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5+5 JMC calls on UNSC to oblige members to remove mercenaries and foreign fighters from Libya, demining to start from 10 February

Meeting for a seventh round at its permanent base in Sirte from 4-7 February, the 5+5 Joint Military Commission called on the UN Security Council to follow up on the Berlin conference outcomes by obliging member states to withdraw foreign mercenaries and fighters immediately from Libya.

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Conflict by Other Means: Postwar Reconstruction in Arab States

As conflicts in Syria, Yemen, Libya, and Iraq move toward de-escalation, postwar reconstruction will be complicated. Each country has a unique postwar outlook, but in all four countries, political reconstruction is a key foundation for long-term economic stability.

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UNSMIL announces the lists of candidates for the positions of the three-member Presidency Council and Prime Minister

The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) announces that it has received four lists of candidates for the positions of the three-member Presidency Council and of Prime Minister, which were submitted by the specified deadline and with the required number of endorsements, as stipulated in the selection mechanism adopted …

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How the United Nations took over Libya, then decided its future

On 16 September, 2011, the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) passed Resolution 2009, creating the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL). The mission, which has boasted seven chiefs so far, increasingly became Libya’s top decision-maker following a seven-month bloody civil war that divided the country.

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