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Libya: Protesters demand release of Gaddafi-era spy chief Senussi

Relatives and supporters of Libya‘s Gaddafi-era intelligence chief, jailed for his alleged role in a bloody crackdown during the country’s 2011 uprising, protested in Tripoli on Saturday to demand his release.

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Interior Ministry orders personnel not to exceed security mandate

The Interior Minister Fathi Pashagha called on members of the General Security Service and the General Directorate of Central Security, not to intervene in the state agencies affairs that they have been entrusted to secure and guard.

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Protection Force of Sirte denies intention to attack oil crescent

The Security and Protection Force of Sirte has denied any military build-up in the city to attack the oil crescent region. On its Facebook page Sunday, the Protection Force refuted all news circulated about military preparations to attack the oil crescent. “All the forces in the city are affiliated with …

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Libya eastern forces apprehend entire family over daughter’s Facebook posts

Forces from 106 Brigade led by Khalifa Haftar’s son and other forces from military intelligence at the self-styled army of Haftar stormed into Colonel Sayeed Al-Farsi’s house on Sunday and arrested all of the family including wife, daughters, sources from Benghazi reported.

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Libyan and Italian officials discuss joint cooperation to combat illegal immigration

Chairman the Presidential Council, Fayaz Sarraj, and Italian Interior Minister, Marco Minniti, agreed on Saturday on establishing a joint operation room to combat smugglers and human traffickers.

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Arab intervention in Libya sparks outrage

Senior commander in Al-Bonyan Al-Marsoon Operation, Brigadier General Mohammed Ganaidi, has called on the UN Secretary General, António Guterres, to intervene and stop the intervention of three Arab countries in Libya’s internal affairs.

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