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EU receives UN Secretary General request to contribute to Libya ceasefire observers, EU response not ready yet

”We don’t have a formal response yet” to the request of the UN Secretary General who has sent a letter to member states to ask to appoint their observers to be sent to Libya to oversee a ceasefire, Peter Stano, Spokesman of EU Foreign Policy chief Joseph Borrell, told reporters …

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How the EU’s inhumane border ‘pushbacks’ are keeping refugees in Africa

As the death toll from shipwrecks in the Mediterranean continues climbing, in the Horn of Africa Ethopia’s Tigray region is unraveling into deadly violence between the central government and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF).

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Has the EU lost Libya to Russia?

Located just a two-hour flight or a short boat trip away from its southern shores, Libya is a country in Europe’s immediate neighbourhood. Political shifts and conflicts in this oil-rich Northern African nation have immediate and extensive consequences for European nations. As a result, the European Union has long been …

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El Sonni urges Europe to support Libyan dialogues instead of “destructive competition”

The Libyan ambassador to the United Nations Taher El Sonni called on the European Union (EU) to unify their efforts in support of the ongoing Libyan dialogues away from “destructive competition that has been ongoing for years.”

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Sudanese lawyers to sue 10 individuals from Sudan, UAE and Libya

The legal counsel of the Sudanese nationals scammed by UAE firm “Black Shield”, Omar Al-Abed, said Tuesday they were preparing to file lawsuits with regional and international courts against ten persons from the UAE, Sudan and Libya over human trafficking.

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