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Libya’s Interior Ministry to recruit 500 diplomatic security personnel to protect foreign embassies

Libya’s Interior Ministry of the UN-backed government has approved to recruit 500 new members of the diplomatic security service responsible for protecting foreign embassies and missions in Libya, according to a security official on Monday.

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Qassem says CNN report on slave trafficking is fabricated

The spokesperson of the Libyan Navy Forces, Ayoub Qassem, said, in a press release, that the CNN TV report on slave trafficking in Libya was a fabrication and a false accusation. He added that Libya is doing its best in fighting the illegal migration.

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Interior Ministry official warns of promoting “slave market” existence in south Libya as authorities’ probe begins

The Chief of the General Directorate of Coast Security at the Libyan Interior Ministry, Colonel Tariq Sahnbour, has warned of international media reports and campaigns promoting the existence of a slave market in southern Libya.

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Benghazi arrests of Gaem supporters including journalist and former minister

A former interior minister and a journalist are among an as yet unknown number of supposed supporters of the Government of National Accord (GNA) deputy interior minister Faraj Al-Gaem who have have been arrested in the past 24 hours in Benghazi.

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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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