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Will families of Libyan airstrike victims ever get justice?

On June 19, 2011, a NATO airstrike killed five members of the al-Gherari family as they slept in their adjacent homes in Tripoli. Sixteen people were sleeping at the two houses when, at around 1:15 a.m., at least one missile struck the compound. It killed Karima al-Gherari, her husband Abdullah Nimr, her brother Faraj al Gherari, and …

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The Libyan national accord government is threatened with collapse

Matters are getting complicated for the Libyan national accord government due to the refusal of the Tripoli parliament and its own government to recognise it. This is despite the support the national accord government has received from some of the Tubruk parliament members. The Tubruk government has not yet announced …

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Final report of the Panel of Experts on Libya provides grim reading

The 215-page final report of the UN Panel of Experts on Libya to the President of the Security Council was released recently. The report provided grim reading on the situation in Libya.

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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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