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UN: Violations of Libya arms embargo increasing

A United Nations report has blamed multiple countries, companies, and individuals for sending weapons to rival militant factions in Libya in violation of an international arms embargo on the divided country. Among those involved in breaking the arms ban are two US companies, an Italian broker working with a Libyan …

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Update: Tripoli detention of presidency security team members angers Kobler

UN special envoy Martin Kobler has protested at the arrest of three members of the security committee set up by the Presidency Council yesterday at Tripoli’s Mitiga airport. The three, who were returning from Tunisia, were detained for a couple of hours before being released.

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Hopes raised for end of Libya conflict as smaller unity government announced

Libya’s presidency council announced a new smaller unity government on Monday that the international community hopes will bring the war-torn country one step closer to ending an 18-month conflict.

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Speculations about Egyptian intervention in Libya

The international military intervention in Libyan became imminent, especially the Egyptian, according to a report by Alaraby Al-Jadid website. Sources believe that the intervention is becoming a must before Libya is turned to another Syria or Iraq. Information leaked by insider sources spoke about the Egyptian arrangements for intervening in …

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