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Libyan FM: We don’t want military intervention

During an interview with An-Nahar, Libyan Foreign Minister Mohammed al-Dairi denied that his government, headed by Abdullah al-Thani, had asked for foreign military intervention in Libya during the Security Council session. He also stressed the need for the international community to provide support to the Libyan National Army in order …

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Black flags over Libya show ISIS is on the warpath

With the execution of 21 Egyptian Copts, and the kidnapping of 21 more Egyptians, ISIS is attempting to lure Italy, France, and the U.S. to intervene in Libya. Over the past few days, ISIS has released two important statements: “A Message to France” that threatens not only Paris but all …

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GNC fires back at EU talks warning: conditions must be met

The General National Congress (GNC) has told the European Union (EU) parliament that the only way out of the current political crisis is through ‘peaceful means’ and ‘serious, constructive political dialogue’, which can only be achieved if certain conditions are met.

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EU Warns Spoilers of Evasive Dialogue Process in Libya

Brussels— European Union foreign ministers warned Monday the “spoilers” of the evasive “dialogue process” that is being sponsored by the United National in Libya saying it would be willing to take restrictive measures against them.

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