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Tripoli Protection Force rejects dialogue with “killers of Libyans”

Tripoli Protection Force (TPF) called on the Presidential Council to look for the greater good of the country and people and do away with the narrow interests of certain parties and factions who wish to repeat the past by focusing on seizing power only.

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UN Envoy to Libya discusses possible international conference

UN Envoy to Libya Ghassan Salame has discussed the possibility of holding an international conference on the Libyan crisis, Anadolu reported on Tuesday. He raised the issue with the Canadian ambassador to Libya on Tuesday, along with the latest developments in the country.

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Germany aims to host Libya conference to stabilise oil producer

Germany aims to host a conference about Libya this year in conjunction with the United Nations to try to stabilise the oil producing country, where rival factions have been fighting over the capital, Germany’s ambassador to Libya said on Wednesday, Reuters reports.

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Salame to UNSC: fighter deaths in thousands, arms embargo is ineffective, both sides ready for peace due to battle fatigue and external state interference main driver of Libya conflict

In his latest update on the Libyan situation to the UN Security Council yesterday, the head of UNSMIL, Gassan Salame said that there has now been over 100 civilian deaths, 300 injured and 120,000 displaced as well as fighter deaths ‘‘in the low thousands’’ as a result of the war …

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UN envoy asks Arab League to play more engaging role in resolving Libya’s conflict

The Arab League Secretary General Ahmed Abul Gheit and United Nations envoy in Libya Ghassan Salame discussed in Cairo on Monday the latest political and security conditions in Libya and efforts for stopping the ongoing fight around the capital Tripoli.

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