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International support for Presidency Guard at Tunis conference

A number of countries attending a two-day conference and series of bilateral meetings which started in Tunis today indicated their willingness to help the Presidency Council’s fledging Presidential Guard (PG) develop into a functioning military force.

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Limited progress at Cairo meeting with communiqué due tomorrow

Egypt today attempted to edge forward a solution to the Libyan political crisis when it invited leading players to a meeting in Cairo.  However after eight hours of talks, Egyptian foreign ministry organisers said that a communiqué would be prepared at a separate meeting tomorrow morning.

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Libya’s instability made migrants endure inhuman conditions

While Libya is going through political division and nation-wide conflicts, migrants from all African countries continue to be the victim of individual and militia abuse in the capital and elsewhere around the country, according to IOM and other relief organisations as well as Operation Sophia of the EU off Libya’s …

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Russia in Libya, A Driver for Escalation?

Since summer 2016 Russia has stealthily joined the fray in Libya, having disengaged in 2011 when its hopes at protecting up to $10 billion in contracts with the Qaddafi regime were frustrated. In early November, a small number of Russian military technicians appeared on the ground in Cyrenaica, reportedly to …

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Dignity Operation steals Iraqi air force footage to claim victory over oil crescent region attackers

The spokesman for Dignity Operation, Ahmed Al-Mismari, has plagiarized an aerial footage showing Iraqi air force destroying an ISIS convoy in Al-Fallujah to claim that their warplanes have bombed the attackers of the oil crescent region away.

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