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Hemedti agrees to send another 1200 Sudanese fighters to Libya after UAE threats to cut off financial aid

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has asked the commander of Sudan’s Rapid Support Forces (RSF), Mohamed Hamdan Dagal, to urgently send 1200 fighters to Libyan frontlines to support warlord Khalifa Haftar’s ongoing war in southern Tripoli and western Sirte, The Libya Observer has learned.

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Is Russia pulling support from Libyan strongman Hifter?

While Washington has been accusing Moscow of inflaming the conflict in war-torn Libya by sending mercenaries to fight on behalf of strongman Khalifa Hifter, signs have been emerging that Russia is increasing contacts with the Hifter-aligned eastern-based parliament at the expense of Hifter himself.

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Report: Haftar owes Russian Wagner Group $150 million as rift grows over rookie fighters

Details of a dispute between Khalifa Haftar and the Russian private military contractor Wagner Group show financial and military issues unsolved between the two, according to a report by Arabic Post news website.

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Civilian Forces Movement: No dialogue before defeating the aggressors

The Civilian Forces Movement has called on the Presidential Council, the House of Representatives, the High Council of State, and all security and military forces to forge a unified voice against any dialogue before ending the offensive against the capital and defeating the aggressors.

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Tripoli’s Interior Minister claims there is military balance on Tripoli borders

Speaking at a press conference in Tripoli yesterday, Fathi Bashagha, the Interior Minister of Libya’s internationally recognized government in Tripoli, reviewed the positions of the countries supporting what he called ‘‘the criminal Khalifa Haftar’’ in his war on the capital Tripoli.

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Sayala to SC: Condemnation of Haftar and his loyalists is your historical responsibility

The Libyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs has addressed the Security Council (SC) demanding that it face its responsibilities in maintaining international peace and security, and to condemn Haftar’s glaring illegal attack on Tripoli.

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