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EU continues training Libyan partners despite migrant abuses

A confidential European Union military report calls for continuing a controversial EU program to train and equip Libya’s coast guard and navy despite growing concerns about their treatment of migrants, a mounting death toll at sea, and the continued lack of any central authority in the North African nation.

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Attorney General in bid to end Belgian legal moves to seize LIA assets

It is reported that Libya’s Attorney General, Sideeg Al-Sour, plans to visit a number of European capitals, ending in Brussels, in an attempt to resolve the increasingly barbed and potentially dangerous row with Belgium and possibly other EU states over attempts by a company linked to Prince Laurent of Belgium, …

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UN advisor: Libya doesn’t need a new prolonged transitional period

The UN advisor on Libya, said on Twitter that she had met late on Sunday with the Head of the High Council of State, Khalid Al-Mishri, in Tripoli and discussed the obstacles facing the electoral process and the means to address them.

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Stephanie Williams: Election is going to be a one-size-fits-all solution

The UN Advisor on Libya, Stephanie Williams, said in a meeting with the Speaker of the House of Representatives (HoR) Aqila Saleh that a solution for the crisis of legitimacy in Libya is only possible through elections, adding that Libyans want an end to the transitional period.

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Turkey’s ambassador reviews with Libyan HoR Speaker opening consulate in Benghazi

The Turkish ambassador to Libya, Kenan Yilmaz, said he had discussed with the Speaker of the House of Representatives (HoR) Aqila Saleh reopening Ankara’s consulate in Benghazi and resuming Turkish airlines’ flights to east Libya as well as the return of Turkish firms to resume their suspended projects.

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