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Libya’s Prime Minister to General Assembly: UAE, Egypt and France backing warlord Haftar in a coup against legitimacy

Libya is experiencing “a serious crisis because of negative foreign interference,” Fayez Al-Sirraj told the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday evening.

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Libya, Interpol discuss cooperation in security issues

The Libyan Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha met Thursday with the Secretary General of Interpol in France and discussed different security and military issues as well as more cooperation channels between Libya and Interpol as well as training programs for Libyan cadres by the Interpol.

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Number of displaced civilians from Tripoli’s war hits 199,925 people, UNHCR confirms

The internally displaced civilian count in Tripoli since the beginning of the war has risen to 199,925 people, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) confirmed Sunday.

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Libyan army exchange bodies of soldiers with the opposite party under Red Crescent supervision

The Red Crescent of Tarhuona confirmed that it had handed over Wednesday, the remains of two soldiers of the Libyan army to the Red Crescent in Tripoli, while in exchange, received the body of a fighter from the opposite party, confirming that the body had arrived at Tarhouna General Hospital.

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Libya’s Foreign Minister demands ICC investigate Murzuq massacre

The Foreign Minister of Libya’s UN-backed Government of  National Accord, Mohamed Sayala, called Wednesday on the International Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate a recent deadly airstrike on the southern city of Murzuq.

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