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Landmark ruling could have big implications for Libya’s leaders

During the Moammar Gadhafi era in Libya, the regime was intolerable of any opposition, political parties were illegal and free press did not exist. Many Libyans who opposed the regime left the country and lived abroad. Many settled in the United States and Europe, mostly as political refugees. As the …

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Public Prosecutor’s Office reveals results of interrogations on ISIS terror group

We were at the Public Prosecutor’s Office in central Tripoli for a highly anticipated press conference held by the head of the Interrogations Office of the Public Prosecutor’s Office, Siddiq Soor. The press conference was held to reveal the results of preliminary interrogations with ISIS captives held in custody after …

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Saif Al-Islam accuses Abubakr Buera of defamation; case to be heard in Tobruk

Saif Al-Islam Qaddafi has filed a lawsuit against prominent House of Representatives (HoR) member Abubakr Buera accusing him of defamation in relation to postgraduate degree from the London School of Economics. Tobruk district court has accepted the case put forward by Saif’s lawyer Khalid Al-Zaidi, and has set a date …

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Libya Navy seizes oil tanker, detains Filipino crew over possible smuggling attempt

The Libyan Navy Force has intercepted a Liberian-flagged oil tanker (Levante) near the Tunisian waters, according to sources from the naval force. 20 Filipino crewmembers were detained by the Libyan Navy in what the Libyan naval authorities saw as a smuggling attempt.

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Supreme Court annuls verdict that suspended implementation of Italy-Libya MoU

The Supreme Court in Libya annulled a previous verdict that suspended the implementation of the memorandum of understanding (MoU) that was signed between Libya’s UN-proposed Presidential Council and Italy.

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