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Russia, Egypt Mull Intensifying Efforts to Resolve Syria, Libya Crises – Moscow

Russia and Egypt intend to step up efforts to resolve the crises in Syria and Libya as soon as possible, the Russian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday after talks between Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov and Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry.

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Sanallah says reopening Libya’s Sharara oilfield complicated by Haftar’s military moves in the south

Libya’s biggest oilfield – Sharara – will remain shut until an armed group occupying the site leaves, the head of National Oil Corp (NOC) said on Tuesday, more than a month after the field closed because of a protest, Reuters reported on Tuesday. 

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Does Libya have its own Al-Sisi in the making?

The town of Harawah lies around 80 kilometres east of Sirte and nearly 550 kilometres east of Tripoli. I drove there earlier this month to see the most westerly territory in Libya controlled by the Libyan National Army (LNA), led by former General, now Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar.

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Death toll of Tripoli’s recent clashes approaches 30, Aid and Emergency Service confirms

Spokesman for the Aid and Emergency Service Osama Ali confirmed the receipt of names of the dead, who have been kept in Tarhouna’s Hospital, after receiving the official list of fatalities in Tripoli, in preparation for the exchange of bodies between Tripoli Protection Force and the Seventh Brigade of Tarhouna.

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Championing rogue warlord Haftar, Russia reveals true agenda in Libya

Until 2011 and the fall of Muammar Gaddafi’s regime, Russia and Libya enjoyed fruitful economic and political cooperation. The popular uprising and foreign intervention completely halted their relations causing significant loses for the Russian side.

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