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Senators press Trump administration on Libya arms embargo

A group of senators pressed the State Department on Tuesday to take action to curb widespread violations of a United Nations arms embargo on Libya and ensure that U.S.-manufactured weaponry and equipment are not used in the country’s prolonged conflict.

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ICC Prosecutor calls for Libya ceasefire progress, decries ‘powerful forces’ hampering global justice

The Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court (ICC) is urging Libya’s warring parties to implement their recent historic ceasefire agreement, calling it a “welcome concrete development” for a population that has been yearning for peace.

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Amnesty International: UN Rights Council members must address widespread torture in Libya during periodic review

A sense of impunity has fueled rampant torture by militias and armed groups affiliated to the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) and rivals with de facto control of territory because of real or perceived family, tribal, political or regional affiliations, Amnesty International said ahead of Libya’s review at the …

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Al-Sayeh wants Libyan electoral commission to partake in drafting election laws

The Chairman of the High National Elections Commission (HNEC) Emad Al-Sayeh discussed with the participants of Libyan political dialogue in Tunisia the holding of general and constitutional elections in addition to the national identification number.

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