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Libya’s Amazigh Council rejects UNSMIL-sponsored dialogue

The Supreme Council for the Amazigh of Libya, mayors of Amazigh municipalities and notables of Amazigh regions have disapproved the methodology of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya ( UNSMIL) regarding the Libyan crisis, and the mechanism for selecting participants in the political dialogue forum to be held in …

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Recruited as Security Guards in the UAE, Deceived into Working in Conflict-Ridden Libya Instead

Huddled alongside dozens of other Sudanese men at a military base in the desert one chilly January night this year, “Amer” had no idea where he was – just that he was many miles away from where he had planned to be. It wasn’t until he and his fellow Sudanese …

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ICC urges Saif Gaddafi to surrender himself to Libyan authorities

The International Criminal Court (ICC) said Libya remains under an obligation to arrest and surrender Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi to be tired at The Hague, adding that the Prosecutor’s Office notes that efforts made by the Government of National Accord (GNA) to date have not succeeded in securing his arrest and …

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UNSMIL launches Libyan Political Dialogue Forum interactive platform

UNSMIL yesterday launched an interactive Libyan Dialogue Platform, alhiwar.ly, to run along the current Libya Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) which commenced virtually on 26 October. The LPDF will move to the face-to-face format on 9 November in Tunis.

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For Turkey, the Libyan conflict and the eastern Mediterranean are inextricably linked

On September 3, the United Nations warned that war-torn Libya is at a “decisive turning point,” with weapons from foreign backers pouring into both sides of the conflict. The main foreign protagonists in the Libyan conflict are split into two camps. In one camp is Russia, the United Arab Emirates …

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