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Libya concerned over EU action on migrants

The European Union sought to reassure Libya on Tuesday that any action being considered by the 28-nation bloc to stem the deadly flow of migrants across the Mediterranean should not be perceived as an attack against the Libyan people.

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Libya’s GNC rejects UN proposal to grant Tobruk parliament power to legislate

UN envoy Bernardino Leon’s proposal to recognise the Tobruk parliament is “disappointing, unbalanced and disrespectful of the country’s Supreme Court ruling”, the Anadolu Agencyreported a senior Libyan official as saying.

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Morocco, Algeria compete over Libya

On April 19, in the Moroccan coastal city of Skhirat, reports circulated that the Libyan crisis will end soon and positively. Bernardino Leon, the UN secretary-general’s special representative and head of the UN Support Mission in Libya, announced a major breakthrough in the new round of talks begun April 15 between the delegations …

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Libyans don't need more weapons

The United Nations is walking a tightrope in Libya. Last week, the UN Security Council passed a resolution condemning the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), the latest non-state actor to emerge in the current chaos. Because of this threat, pressure is mounting on the UN to relax …

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