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Libya: Border Security and Regional Cooperation

This rapid literature review examines security related developments that determine Libya’s relationships with its neighbours, namely Algeria, Chad, Egypt, Niger, Sudan and Tunisia. The report also looks at the incentives for neighbouring countries to maintain or develop regional relationships or cross border mechanisms with Libya and the main challenges in …

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Press Statement from the UN Humanitarian Coordinator in Libya on the Situation in the South

The United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in Libya, Mr. Georg Charpentier, has expressed his concern about the effects of the clashes in the South which have led to the displacement of hundreds of families mainly within the Sabha area. Displaced families have been hosted by local communities which has added additional …

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United Nations Calls for End to Violence in Sabha, Supports Investigation and Mediation Efforts

Tripoli, 18 January 2014 – The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) expresses deep concern about the continuing violence in the city of Sabha which has resulted in the loss of life and property. The Mission calls for the immediate end to the armed clashes and supports efforts to …

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Libyans Need Help Standing Up to Extremists

Libyans were due to celebrate today — not Christmas Eve, of course, but the anniversary of their independence from British and French military rule in 1951. Tragically, the official festivities had to be canceled, after Libya suffered its first suicide bomb attack on Sunday: 13 soldiers were killed at an army checkpoint …

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