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Libya’s resource economy militia clashes will continue to restrain growth: World Bank

The World Bank has concluded that on-gong clashes by Libya’s militias will continue to hamper growth. It implies that as long as Libya is a rentier state, militias will continue to compete for its resources. The conclusions came in the World Bank’s October 2018 Libya Economic Outlook report.

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Libya urges ‘effective’ UN action to end Tripoli violence

Libya’s internationally recognised government has called on the United Nations to take “concrete and effective” action to protect civilians and halt fighting near the capital Tripoli that has killed more than 100 people since late August.

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Libya: ICRC warns of ‘desperate’ situation as fighting continues

The International Committee of the Red Cross has called the deteriorating situation in Libya as desperate, citing constant fighting, the collapse of the economy, and the destruction of basic infrastructure.

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Can Plan B Save Libya? Here Are the Obstacles it Must Overcome

There is no denying that Libya is in a far worse state than at any time since the 2011 revolution. In a country of vast oil and gas wealth, basic services are frequently interrupted as armed gangs control the capital in the west. In the east, once feared leaders like …

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