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Could Libya ever unite its army?

Between September 2017 and last month, Egypt hosted seven rounds of talks aimed at unifying the military establishment in neighbouring Libya. Participants were representatives of Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, from eastern Libya, and their counterparts from the Government of National Accord (GNA), based in Tripoli.

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Libyan Prime Minister Slams Europe for ‘Hypocrisy’ on Migrant Issue – Reports

The North African country has been wracked with instability since the 2011 civil war and NATO military intervention, which left the country’s leader Muammar Gaddafi dead and the country divided into several warring factions.

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The United States Should Not Get Involved in Libya’s Civil War

An unmistakable sense of despair and gloom accompanies most news reports and literature on the state of affairs in Libya after 2011. The Arab Spring was meant to usher in a period of unprecedented change after decades of notoriously undemocratic leadership across the Middle East and North Africa.

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Human Rights Solidarity wants Haftar, Al-Sirraj and Aqila Saleh tried at ICC

The Libyan Human Rights Solidarity organization (HRS) has decried inviting Khalifa Haftar, Fayez Al-Sirraj and Aqila Saleh to the Palermo Conference despite “their horrific records of human rights abuses.”

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UNHCR demands migrants rescued in international waters not to be returned to Libya

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Spokesman Charlie Yaxley stressed at a news conference in Geneva on Tuesday that people rescued in international waters should not be returned to Libya where conditions are not safe.

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PC to establish structure of coordination with international community

Chairman of the Presidential Council (PC), Fayez Al-Sarraj, issued a decree to establish a structure for joint coordination with the international community consisting of several political, technical, ministerial and service committees.

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