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Libyan east strongman orders recruitment of his foe’s fighters in police department

Khalifa Haftar – the commander of the self-styled Libyan army in east Libya – has ordered the director of crime investigation department Salah Al-Hawidi to welcome any recruitment application from the fighters of Special Tasks Force of the deputy interior minister Faraj Egaiem, media office’s head of the crime investigation …

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PC Deputy Interior Minister faces arrest warrant in Benghazi

The Military Prosecutor of Dignity Operation, Faraj Al-Sosah, has issued an arrest warrant against Deputy Interior Minister of Presidential Council, Faraj Egaim, 2 days after high tensions in the war-ravaged city of Benghazi.

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Arab intervention in Libya sparks outrage

Senior commander in Al-Bonyan Al-Marsoon Operation, Brigadier General Mohammed Ganaidi, has called on the UN Secretary General, António Guterres, to intervene and stop the intervention of three Arab countries in Libya’s internal affairs.

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Human Rights Report on Civilian Casualties – October 2017

From 1 October to 31 October 2017, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) documented 38 civilian casualties – 23 deaths and 15 injuries – during the conduct of hostilities across Libya. Victims included 11 men killed and seven injured, three women killed and three injured, and nine children …

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Presidential Council probes slaughter of 36 persons in Benghazi’s Al-Abyar

The Presidential Council has issued a statement condemning the “heinous crime” and the “horrifying act” that led to the wholesale killing of 36 persons after being tortured then tossed on the road in Al-Abyar district in Benghazi.

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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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