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One killed, 13 wounded in Chadian mercenaries’ attack on Haftar’s forces south Libya

13 fighters were injured and an officer named Khalid Masoud was killed as a group of armed mercenaries believed to be Chadian rebels attacked Thursday dawn the position of 10th Brigade of Khalifa Haftar’s self-styled army in Taraghin, southern Libya.

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Proximity to ‘Islamist Hotbeds’ Libya, Algeria Makes Morocco Vulnerable – Ex-MEP

Early last week, two female Scandinavian backpackers were killed near a path up to peak Toubkal, a popular hiking destination in Morocco. One of the victims was beheaded, while another sustained serious neck wounds. The case is being investigated as a terrorist act.

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Khoms port arms seizure turns out to be blanks

Last Tuesday’s arms seizure at Khoms port turned out to contain only blank rounds. The seizure of two containers of allegedly 4 million bullets and a large number of 5 mm hand guns from Turkey had created a huge media and political storm.

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EU expands duties of EUBAM to secure Libya’s borders

The European Council adopted a decision mandating the EU integrated border management assistance mission in Libya (EUBAM Libya) to actively support the Libyan authorities in contributing to efforts to disrupt organised criminal networks involved in smuggling migrants, human trafficking and terrorism.

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Tension rises in south Libya amid clashes with Chadian groups

The Mayor of Al-Sharqiyah municipality in southern Libya, Immhimmed Al-Arabi revealed that the battalions in the south gave the Chadian opposition groups stationed at the HQ of the Chinese company in the area until Wednesday to evacuate the site, stressing the continuation of the meetings of the committees formed within …

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