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‘Senseless crime’: Nigerian migrant burned alive in Libyan capital

A Nigerian migrant worker was burned to death by three Libyans in the country’s capital, UN and government officials said on Wednesday, in the latest of a string of abuses that migrants and refugees have faced in the conflict-ravaged country.

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Libya’s Interior Ministry inks MoU with the US K2 Intelligence

Libya’s Interior Ministry has signed a memorandum of understanding with the US (K2 Intelligence) firm specialized in the field of financial integrity and anti-terrorist financing, according to a tweet by Fathi Bashagha, Minister of Interior of the Government of National Accord on Monday.

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Hungary confirms readiness to develop the Libyan security services

The Charge D’Affairs in the Hungarian Embassy in Libya expressed his country’s readiness to provide its expertise and technology to the security services of the Ministry of Interior and to contribute to the development of the ministry.

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