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Libya demands explanation over presence of French troops

TRIPOLI – The head of Libya’s unity government has asked for an official explanation from Paris about the presence of French troops in the conflict-ridden country, a statement said on Tuesday. Fayez al-Sarraj told French ambassador Antoine Sivan on Monday that their presence in the country’s east was “a violation …

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HoR’s Chief of Staff Nazhuri threatens to attack ships approaching oil ports

The House of Representatives’ (HoR) Libyan National Army Chief of Staff, Abdelrazak Nazhuri, warned that any foreign oil tankers approaching the Libyan coast will be targeted by the air force. Nazhuri, who has also been appointed military ruler in the east, said that only oil tankers that had been sanctioned …

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Libya conflict keeps 279,000 children out of school: UN

The United Nations warned on Monday that the Libyan conflict was preventing some 279,000 children from attending school across the war-torn country. “Recently released data from Libya’s Ministry of Education paints an alarming picture of education access,” the UN’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said.

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Register to the 38th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners in Marrakesh – The global forum for data protection authorities

The Moroccan Data Protection Authority is hosting the 38th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners (ICDPPC) in Marrakesh, Morocco from 17 to 20 October 2016. 

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PC summons French ambassador over special forces in Benghazi

The Presidency Council has summoned the French ambassador to protest at the presence of French force in Benghazi, according to Ahmed Maetig a PC vice-president. However in Paris today there seemed to be no knowledge of any formal request for the ambassador, Antoine Sivan, to see members of the Serraj …

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Expected consequences of French intervention in Libya

France, who always says it supports the political resolution, which rules out any armed intervention, and states that any military action will prolong and deepen the crisis in Libya; is in fact, sending fighting army from its special forces to fight with one of the sides of conflict in Libya.

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