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Who Blessed the Vlads Down in Africa? Russia’s Wagner Group has its eyes on Mali. It fits a pattern of Russian interference in Africa.

Fighters from the Russian mercenary group Wagner may soon have another stamp in their passports, this time from the West African country of Mali, after already littering at least five fragile African states with human rights abuses, extrajudicial killings, and political interference.

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Hunter Biden Asked for $2 Mln From Democratic Donors to Help Unfreeze Libyan Assets: Report

The newly revealed emails are reportedly unrelated to those on Hunter Biden’s purported laptop found at a repair shop in Delaware in 2019 and which indicated that Joe Biden was apparently engaged in his son’s business dealings overseas during his tenure as US vice president.

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NGOs to UN Human Rights Council: Renew Libya Fact-Finding Mission’s Mandate

United Nations Human Rights Council member states, including Libya, should continue to support the Independent Fact-Finding Mission on Libya by renewing its mandate during its 48th session, which began on September 13, 2021, seven human rights organizations said today.

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A new era for gender-based violence response in Libya

To strengthen the capacity of the local governance structures in addressing gender-based violence (GBV) issues in Libya, UNFPA and UN Women, along with local partners, have scaled up activities to build the capacity of municipalities and enhance the resilience of local communities by providing services to GBV survivors and those …

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Libya urges EUBAM to abide by its mission tasks

The deputy of political affairs at the Libyan Foreign Ministry Mohammed Essa said the European Border Assistance Mission in Libya (EUBAM) should stick to its tasks in the country and operate via Libyan institutions, rejecting any work by the mission outside the scope of its tasks.

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