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Council of EU extends sanctions on Libyan political figures

The Council of European Union has decided to extend the European sanctions concerning the freezing of assets and the travel ban on the Speaker of the House of Representatives (HoR) Aqila Saleh, President of the General National Congress Nouri Abusahmain, and the Former President of the National Salvation Government Khalifa …

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Why are refugees being sent back to war-torn Libya?

Trapped in Libya Journalist Sally Hayden has for almost three weeks been tweeting a remarkable thread  of her WhatsApp conversations with refugees detained in terrible conditions in Libya. She has included supplemental reporting and audio and video clips from the refugees, and confirmed their stories with sources on the ground.

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Arab League to cut ties with Libyan eastern Interim Government

The Arab League has voiced support for the government of the Presidential Council (PC) as the sole legitimate body in Libya, urging in its ministerial meeting 150 headed by Sudan to suspend communication with Libyan parallel institutions, referring to the Interim Government in Al-Bayda, which is appointed by the House …

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EU ready to hold Tripoli ceasefire violators accountable

The EU mission issued a statement Thursday confirming the support of the European Union and its Member States to the Libyan people and the Presidential Council and to the mediation efforts of the UNSMIL for stabilizing the capital.

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Forces aligned to Serraj PC consolidate as clashes subside in Tripoli’s militia war

In a fluid and ever-changing scenario on the ground, forces aligned to the internationally-recognized Tripoli-based Libyan government (Presidency Council / Government of National Accord) headed by Faiez Serraj, seem to have consolidated their positions against the advancing Tarhuna-based 7th infantry brigade led by the Kani brothers.

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