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Libyan parliament demands a no-fly zone for military aircraft to protect civilians

Tripoli-based House of Representatives called in a statement on Wednesday the UN Security Council to ban military aircraft from flying over Libyan territory to protect civilians from the air attacks carried out by Haftar forces and his foreign backers.

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Libya’s Dangerous Political Stalemate

Since mid-2014, when the ongoing low-level civil war erupted in Libya after the failure of the post-revolutionary political reconciliation process, the UN has vainly attempted to push competing Libyan factions toward a compromise. Different UN special envoys launched processes of reconciliation and accommodation that inevitably collided with a complex matrix …

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Libya’s Presidential Council demands Haftar be listed for UN sanctions

The Libyan Presidential Council has condemned airstrikes on the Equestrian Club in Janzour, western Tripoli, that injured a number of children, calling for sending a fact-finding mission to document the violations and list Khalifa Haftar for UN Security Council sanctions.

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After new elections, members of Libya’s Supreme Judiciary Council hold first meeting in Tripoli

Libya’s Supreme Judiciary Council announced yesterday the completion of the elections of its members. It said it was proud to announce that despite the country’s political split the Council was able to democratically and smoothly elect its members in a transparent manner, safeguarding its independence and integrity.

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Libya: GNA calls on UN Security Council to hold supporters of Haftar to account

The Libyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs has lodged a formal protest with the UN Security Council over the Haftar forces’ shelling of Mitiga and Misrata airports. It calls on the Council to assume its responsibilities and hold Haftar’s supporters accountable for the aggression launched against Tripoli.

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