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Can Libya Put the Cart Before the Horse?

In the wake of the Security Council’s renewal of the United Nations (UN) mission in Libya (UNSMIL) in September, a sequel to UN-led mediation efforts directed by a new Special Representative of the Secretary General is underway in Libya. It once again hopes to reach an agreement among the main …

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Brigades engaged in Wershiffana military operation issue joint statement

The armed forces and different brigades involved in the military operation in Wershiffana district in southwestern Tripoli issued Saturday evening a joint statement saying that their operation comes at the height of unprecedented and systematic criminal activities as well as banditry in the district.

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Al-Hassadi: To defeat terrorism we should deal with its roots

The member of the State Council in Libya, Mansour Al-Hassadi, talks to “LIBYAPROSPECT” about his point of view on the latest unknown air raids that bombarded the city of Derna on 30th of last month.

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Reactions accuse Haftar and Egypt of shelling Derna

A solemn funeral in Derna carried the victims who were killed, on Monday, in an airstrike. The funeral turned to become a demonstration denouncing the commander of the Dignity Operation, General Khalifa Haftar, accusing him of targeting children and women in the city of Derna.

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ICC wanted criminal Al-Werfalli to blame for 36 bodies in Libya’s Benghazi

The wanted criminal of Al-Saiqa Force Mahmoud Al-Werfalli and Khalifa Haftar’s son Saddam as well as his brigades are responsible for the mass murder of 36 people whose bodies were found in Abyar district in eastern Benghazi, according to security sources reported by a local TV in Libya.

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HoR and State council negotiations to amend LPA “must succeed” says Majbri

The discussions that have been taking in Tunis to amend the Libyan Political Agreement (LPA) by the dialogue committees of both the House of Representatives and the State Council have to succeed says Fathi Majbri.

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