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Enforced disappearance of Qashout and Yaacoubi is continued

The disappearance of the Libyan chairman of Septimus Award, Suleiman Qashout, and the Director, Mohamed Yaacoubi, is continued since they were abducted on 29th April. The Libyan journalists and the human rights activists are still calling for the disclosing of their fates.

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Libya: Armed Group Detains Media Figures

An armed group linked with Libya’s internationally recognized government arrested two organizers of an annual media award in Libya on April 29, 2018, Human Rights Watch said today. The reasons for their arrests remain unknown, and their families have no access to them. 

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Head of Septimius Award detained

Spokesman of the Special Deterrence Force Ahmed Bin Salem said that that they have arrested both Suleiman Qashout, the head of Septimius Award, and Mohammed Yaqoubi the executive director of the award, from a cafe in Hai Al-Andalus district in the capital Tripoli, clarifying that they are being investigated for …

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UN envoy Salame wants to wash his hands of a statement to Alnabaa about his phone call with Haftar

The UN envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame, declared to Alnabaa TV on Friday, April 13, that he spoke with Khalifa Haftar for up to 10 minutes at his Paris hospital and discussed with him the current situations in Libya. Now Salame changed his mind and wants to cancel his statement.

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Seven years on from 17th February revolution, Libya still losing its journalists: RSF

On the eve of the seventh anniversary of Libya’s 17th February Revolution, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has condemned the impunity for violence against journalists in Libya forcing them to flee abroad since 2014. The political and military split between the west and east of Libya has made journalistic independence impossible …

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Libya eastern forces apprehend entire family over daughter’s Facebook posts

Forces from 106 Brigade led by Khalifa Haftar’s son and other forces from military intelligence at the self-styled army of Haftar stormed into Colonel Sayeed Al-Farsi’s house on Sunday and arrested all of the family including wife, daughters, sources from Benghazi reported.

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