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Haftar’s forces attack a town near Libya’s Misrata

Khalifa Haftar’s self-styled army forces attacked Wednesday Saddada Castle between Misrata and Bani Walid, claiming control of the area after brief clashes with forces inside the castle under the command of the former chief of Petroleum Facilities Guard, Ibrahim Jadran and Benghazi Defense Brigades.

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Use Chapter VII to hold elections and force to confront militias : Aref Nayed

Libyan Presidential election candidate, Aref Nayed, said that the international community should use the UN Charter’s Chapter VII powers to hold Libyan elections and that he would use force to confront Libya’s militias.

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Attorney General Office issues arrest warrants against individuals involved in closure of oil fields

The Attorney General’s Office in Tripoli issued two arrest warrants against two people on charges of inciting the closure of El-Feel and Sharara oil fields in the south-West of the country.

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European Council says Libya needs a national solution away from military operations

The European Council said it had adopted conclusions on Libya in a meeting on Monday. The council welcomed the outcome of the Conference for Libya hosted by Italy in Palermo on 12 and 13 November 2018, which followed the Paris Conference held on 29 May 2018.

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Tripoli: A city of corruption and chaos, The Guardian reports

The Guardian has reported that seven years after the fall of Gaddafi and his regime in Libya, the Libyan people in Tripoli are now intimidated by a rule of militias and gangsters who control all of state institutions as well as the UN-brokered government in the capital. 

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UN envoy calls Tarhuna Seventh Brigade to join security arrangements

Director of the Department of Relations and Information in the Municipality of Trahuna Mohammed Saied said that the UN envoy to Libya Ghassan Salame had requested the Seventh Brigade to be part of the security arrangements in Tripoli.

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