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The Guardian: UN investigators say Wagner Group fighters did not mark mines’ positions and may have rigged bomb to teddy bear

Russian mercenaries in Libya systematically broke international law by laying mines in civilian areas without any attempt to mark their location or remove the lethal devices, UN investigators have found.

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Guterres urges Libyans to resume electoral process as soon as possible

The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, said on Monday that elections are now more essential than ever, as he urged the Libyan parties to resume the electoral process that was halted last December.

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Spain hosts two-day workshop on reintegration of Libyan armed groups

A two-day technical workshop, dedicated to the modalities of international support for a program of disarmament and reintegration of Libyan armed groups, was launched in Spanish city of Toledo on Monday.

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HoR and HSC finding consensus on parts of draft constitution at Cairo talks: Williams

Special Advisor to the UN Secretary General (SASG) on Libya, Stephanie Williams said she was pleased by the encouraging progress made over the past two days between members of the Joint House of Representatives (HoR) and High State Council (HSC) Committee at their second round of talks in Cairo.

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