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WHO supplies for east Libya attacked in Zawia by armed militias and diverted locally, other supplies stuck in Tripoli and Benghazi ports

The World Health Organization in Libya (WHO) revealed on Thursday that an armed group near the western Libyan city of Zawia intercepted one of its hired trucks on its way to Benghazi and Tobruk to deliver WHO supplies. The armed group directed the driver to deliver the supplies to a …

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The Volatile Tunisia-Libya Border: Between Tunisia’s Security Policy and Libya’s Militia Factions

The 2010–2011 uprisings disrupted a long-standing informal arrangement governing border trade between Tunisia and Libya. Over the following decade, as Libya disintegrated into mutually hostile fiefdoms, Tunisia maintained its unity, transitioned from authoritarian to democratic rule, and increasingly shunned official dealings with competing Libyan power centers. As such, grassroots cross-border …

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Libya’s oil chief warns conflict on Libyan oil is international with political goals

The Chairman of the Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) chairman Mustafa Sanalla stressed that the ongoing conflict on oil facilities is an international political conflict rather than an internal Libyan dispute over the distribution of revenues.

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