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UNSMIL’s deputy head rejects any threats to Libya’s National Oil Corporation

The Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Political Affairs, Stephanie Williams met with the Chairman of the National Oil Corporation Mustafa Sanalllah in Tripoli, expressing the UN’s unrelenting support for the independence of the NOC and the rejection of any threats made against NOC and its staff.

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The abandoned children of Daesh fighters in Libya

At the height of its strength in Libya, Daesh controlled the coastal city of Sirte, about 500 kilometres east of Tripoli, having amassed a sizeable force thanks to hundreds of foreign fighters, most of whom came from Libya’s neighbours such as Egypt, Tunisia, Sudan, Algeria and even Chad and Niger …

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UNHCR concerned over eviction of Tawergha IDPs from Tripoli camp

UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is concerned about the forced eviction by militias of 1,900 internally displaced persons from Triq Al Matar settlement in Tripoli, Libya. Triq Al Matar was the largest IDP settlement in Tripoli, hosting 370 families originally from the city of Tawergha who had been living in …

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