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Can Germany stop Libya becoming the new Syria?

The international community’s approach to Libya has been the preserve of just a few countries for several years now – and they have little to show for it. So Germany’s recent entry into the fray is a potential game-changer: a United Nations international conference on Libya is set to take …

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Anti-Terrorism Court in Khartoum tries Sudanese military figure for supporting Haftar with fighters

The Anti-Terrorism Court in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum has demanded the commander of the Rapid Support Force, Mohammed Humaidati to hand over a member of the force accused of recruiting youth to fight alongside Khalifa Haftar’s militias in Libya, according to Sudanese press.

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Libya: Airstrikes by Libyan Army kill senior leaders from Haftar’s forces, Russian mercenaries

For the second day in a row, heavy fighting broke out on Sabea frontline between Libyan Army forces and Khalifa Haftar’s forces which carried out an attack Monday aiming to seize control of Al-Aziziya town that links Tripoli and Gharyan.

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Libya’s HCS urges Al-Sarraj to take measures against countries backing Haftar

The Libyan High Council of State (HCS) has called on the Head of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sarraj to take a deterrent stance against the blatant intervention of the countries backing up the coup against legitimacy led by Khalifa Haftar.

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Joint statement by western countries and UAE supports legitimacy of NOC

The Government of the United Arab Emirates and the Ambassadors and Chargés d’ Affaires of France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America issued a joint statement on Sunday to back up the legitimacy of the National Oil Corporation in Tripoli. 

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