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1,800 police to be trained in rehabilitated centres

Three recently rehabilitated police training facilities in Tripoli were inaugurated today to train 1,800 officers. The rehabilitated facilities – the Police Technical School, the Judicial Police Training Institute and the Police College – will house training for Libyan police and judicial police officers.

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Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor blames Saudi Arabia for forced disappearance of 3 Libyans

The Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor has disclosed that several documents and testimonies show evidence that Saudi Arabian authorities have subjected three Libyan nationals to enforced disappearance for over 500 days, stressing Saudi Arabia’s responsibility for their enforced disappearance and calling on the Saudi authorities to immediately reveal their fate and …

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Tuareg tribesmen denounce AFRICOM airstrike in southwestern Libya, confirm victims were civilians

Members of the Tuareg community gathered in Ubari town in southwestern Libya to condemn in the strongest terms the airstrike conducted by US Africa Command (AFRICOM) near Awaynat town last Thursday, which killed 11 people; AFRICOM claimed they were al-Qaeda militants.

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Interior Ministry orders personnel not to exceed security mandate

The Interior Minister Fathi Pashagha called on members of the General Security Service and the General Directorate of Central Security, not to intervene in the state agencies affairs that they have been entrusted to secure and guard.

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Libya is ‘hell’: Migrants barricaded in cargo ship refuse demands to leave

They left Libya in a rubber raft 10 days ago. From Ethiopia, Pakistan and beyond, they sought to take the well-worn passage across the Mediterranean to Europe and, as one passenger said, escape hell.

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