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Misrata council says it is still in charge as city survives militia attack

Misratan members of the House of Representatives and the State Council as well as the city’s mayor Mohamed Eshtewi and councillors have warned of growing divisions between moderates and hardliners in the city. However, they have also reassured residents that the council remains fully in control, telling them to ignore …

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PC and State Council denounce Benghazi crimes

The Presidential Council (PC) of the Government National Accord (GNA) said in a statement, on Sunday, that it had followed up what the elements, who claim that they are from the Libyan Army, in Benghazi, who dug up the graves and abused the corpses in an awful way.”

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Inside Libya: The war for oil

“I wish you people had found water. Water makes men work. Oil makes men dream,” remarked King Idris of Libya when black gold was discovered in Libya in the 1950s. Today, the former ruler’s prophetic words seem to have come true. In al-Sidra, Libya’s largest oil terminal, which is located …

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War drums heard in Libyan capital as rival governments mobilise their fighters

The clashes in Tripoli have continued and grew rougher on Wednesday morning. According to different sources, the forces and fighters of the rival government “National Salvation Government” (NSG) which are positioned in Qusoor Al-Siyafa (Guest Palaces) in downtown Tripoli clashed in the first hours of Wednesday with the armed groups …

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Ageela Saleh promises to pay Russia $4 billion in military debt; invites Russian Duma members to visit Libya

Some $4 billion in military debt to Russia from the Qaddafi era will be paid, the Moscow-based news agency Sputnik says it has been told by House of Representatives President Ageel Saleh.

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