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Stefano Marcuzzi authors brief on the EU’s role in Libya’s conflict

Stefano Marcuzzi, Senior Analyst at Libya-Analysis and analyst for the NATO Defense College Foundation, published ‘The role of the EU in the Libyan conflict since 2011’, for Konrad Adenauer Stiftung’s Regional Program Political Dialogue South Mediterranean, Libya Brief no. 11. Marcuzzi explored Libya’s continuing open transformation process characterised by two …

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Libya: Russia’s Wagner Group Set Landmines Near Tripoli

New information from Libyan agencies and demining groups links the Wagner Group to the use of banned landmines and booby traps in Libya in 2019-2020, Human Rights Watch said today. The Wagner Group, a private Russian military security contractor with apparent links to Russia’s government, backed Khalifa Hiftar’s Libyan Arab …

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The Guardian: UN investigators say Wagner Group fighters did not mark mines’ positions and may have rigged bomb to teddy bear

Russian mercenaries in Libya systematically broke international law by laying mines in civilian areas without any attempt to mark their location or remove the lethal devices, UN investigators have found.

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