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Proximity to ‘Islamist Hotbeds’ Libya, Algeria Makes Morocco Vulnerable – Ex-MEP

Early last week, two female Scandinavian backpackers were killed near a path up to peak Toubkal, a popular hiking destination in Morocco. One of the victims was beheaded, while another sustained serious neck wounds. The case is being investigated as a terrorist act.

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Foreign Ministry, Interior Ministry and UN condemn terrorist attack in Tripoli

In a joint presser in Libya’s capital Tripoli on Tuesday – after the attack of the morning – the Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha and and the Foreign Minister Mohammad Sayala have both condemned the terrorist attack on the Foreign Ministry building in Zawiyit Al-Dahmani in Tripoli.

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Serraj government admits security shortcoming, calls for partial lifting of arms embargo

The internationally recognized government of Libya admitted its security short fallings today following the suicide terror attack on its Tripoli Foreign Ministry headquarters and called for the partial lifting of the UN Libya arms embargo.

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Libya migrants scribble on prison wall: ‘People were sold here’

On the walls of Souq al Khamis migrant detention centre in Khoms, a port city in northwest Libya, warnings of new arrivals are scratched on a grey wall.

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UNSMIL warns against possible escalation as LNA moved on Jadran-BDB forces

The United Nations Special Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) warned against the possible escalation of manoeuvres into clashes as the Khalifa Hafter-controlled Libyan National Army (LNA) made a pre-emptive move on what the LNA described as Jadran-Benghazi Defence Brigades (BDB) forces.

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