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Libya’s Interior Minister asks Cyprus not to issue passports for Haftar’s sons

The Interior Minister of the Libyan Presidential Council’s government Fathi Bashagha has asked his counterpart in Cyprus not to issue passports for four sons of Khalifa Haftar, after news said they were applying for them currently.

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Libyan GNA Accuses France of Supporting Haftar, Halts Cooperation With Paris

Earlier in the day, it was reported by The Libya Observer that Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar’s army had regained control over the Tamanhint Base following the withdrawal of the South Protection Force loyal to the Government of National Accord (GNA).

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Libya’s Foreign Minister says he urged UN Security Council to condemn Haftar for recruiting children

The Libyan Foreign Minister of the Presidential Council Mohammed Sayala has stated that the government has sent a letter to the UN Security Council that urges for condemning Khalifa Haftar for his recruitment of underaged boys within his forces in the attack on Tripoli, in addition to his forces’ airstrikes …

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PC head orders arrest of sleeper cells in Tripoli

Chairman of the Presidential Council (PC), Fayez Al-Sarraj, in his capacity as the Supreme Commander of the Libyan Army, gave his orders to the Ministry of Interior to raid and arrest any sleeper cells loyal to warlord Khalifa Haftar in Tripoli and bring them to justice.

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Tripoli Protection Force to unite military zones from Libya’s Ras Ajdair to Sirte

The Tripoli Protection Force (TPF) said the central and western military zones had agreed to form a force under a unified command to be positioned in the area from Ras Ajdair on border with Tunisia to Sirte.

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Interior Ministry calls for increased attention to address smuggling of antiquities

Minister of Interior, Fathi Pashagha has emphasized the need to pay attention to and protect all tourist and archaeological sites inside and outside the capital Tripoli, in an aim to stop the smuggling of antiquities, which represents a threat to the national security of the country.

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