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Power politics take centre stage in Paris as Libya edges towards elections

Diplomats and western leaders are pinning their hopes for Libya’s stability on Friday’s gathering in Paris, in one final push to pressure the country’s rival politicians into holding planned presidential elections in six weeks.

Libya and Italy discuss increased judicial cooperation and judicial training

Libya’s Attorney General, Sideeg Al-Sour, discussed on Monday with Italy’s Ambassador to Libya, Giuseppe Buccino, accompanied by Ernesto Ciccetelli, Consular Officer, ways to enhance judicial cooperation in criminal matters between the Libyan and Italian public prosecutors by responding to requests for mutual legal assistance.

Outrage over her Lockerbie comment puts Libya’s foreign minister on the spot

Libya’s much-hailed first female Foreign Minister, Najla Mangoush, has been suspended by the country’s Presidential Council. The decision on 6 November concluded that the minister had been “acting unilaterally and without consultation” with the council as required by the political agreement of 9 November 2020 that divided authority between the …

U.S. judge pauses lawsuit against Libyan warlord for presidential election

A U.S. judge is putting a lawsuit against a Libyan warlord on hold until after an election in which he is expected to run for president of the North African nation, saying the plaintiffs acted inappropriately and appear to be using a Virginia federal court to influence an election on …