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Western Airstrikes in Libya to Fight Daesh ‘Intrusive and Neocolonial’

Western military intervention in Libya to stop its seizure by Daesh militants would be perceived as “intrusive and neocolonial”, according to Dr Arturo Varvelli, Head of Terrorism and Research Fellow at the Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI), as he told Sputnik it could instead strengthen Daesh’s control.

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Libyans fear military intervention could set country ablaze

Western nations are close to launching an intervention against the Islamic State (IS) group in Libya despite concerns on the ground that further international involvement in the country could make the situation worse, a military spokesperson in the western city of Misrata has told Middle East Eye.

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No UN sanctions yet, HoR cannot unilaterally amend Libya deal: Kobler

The UN is not yet looking at sanctions against Libyan figures viewed as trying to sabotage the Libyan Political Agreement, UN Envoy Martin Kobler has said. The aim at present, he explained at a press conference this morning in Tunis, is to broaden its support basis so that as many …

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