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The Islamic State’s Libya expansion

Abdul Hafiz Ghoga, a member of the Libyan political dialogue and deputy chairman of the former National Transitional Council, said that the Islamic State (IS) expansion in Libya will push toward achieving consensus and dialogue and toward the formation of a national unity government. He also added in an interview with El-Khabar …

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The Islamic State's Libya expansion

Abdul Hafiz Ghoga, a member of the Libyan political dialogue and deputy chairman of the former National Transitional Council, said that the Islamic State (IS) expansion in Libya will push toward achieving consensus and dialogue and toward the formation of a national unity government. He also added in an interview with El-Khabar …

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Transitional Justice in Libya

While rival governments in Libya are locked in civil conflict, commanding most domestic and international attention, trials are moving forward in Tripoli for former high-ranking figures from the regime of Muammar al-Qaddafi. This month, proceedings continued against Saadi al-Qaddafi, and lawyers submitted the final defense for Saif al-Islam al-Qaddafi and …

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HoR members rejects UNSMIL fourth draft as foreign governments applaud it

The House of Representatives (HoR) has decisively rejected the latest and supposedly final draft from UN for a peace settlement as unacceptable. In Tobruk, 55 members out of 72 attending today’s session are reported to have decided to suspend the HoR’s involvement in the process and to call back their …

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Boycotting and participating HoR members agree fight against IS is the top priority

Participating and boycotting members of the House of Representatives (HoR) have jointly given their full support to the UN-brokered dialogue process, saying that the threat from the Islamic State (IS) is far more important than their own divisions.

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