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Political chaos in Libya as unity government enters Tripoli

It has been an eventful week in Libyan politics; within days the country has gone from having two rival governments to three, with the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA) moving into Tripoli. Soon thereafter, it was back to two as the Tripoli-based National Salvation Government (NSG) declared that it …

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The Libyan national accord government is threatened with collapse

Matters are getting complicated for the Libyan national accord government due to the refusal of the Tripoli parliament and its own government to recognise it. This is despite the support the national accord government has received from some of the Tubruk parliament members. The Tubruk government has not yet announced …

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Italy Reveals Military Meeting on Libya…UK Denies Sending Troops

Military leaders from 30 countries attended a meeting in Rome on Tuesday to discuss initiatives regarding the situation in Libya, Italian Foreign Minister Paulo Gentiloni said.

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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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