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Security tensions in Tripoli as armed conflict appears to be looming

Tens of armed vehicles with tens of armed fighters took to roads in Hay Al-Andalus neighborhood in Tripoli chanting words against the Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity Abdul Hamid Dbiebah, a sign described as a power show by armed factions loyal to Prime Minister-designate Fathi Bashagha.

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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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Former Vice President of the GNA Presidential Council, Fathi Ali, writes on Libya’s ‘economic agenda of violence’

Fathi Ali, Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Benghazi and former Vice President of the Presidential Council of the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA), published a chapter entitled ‘The economic agenda of violence and its role in the continuation of conflicts and civil wars: a study of …

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Libya in the prism of US’s Global Fragility Act

In the shadows of the war in Ukraine the Biden-Harris administration has released what amounts to a policy – but less than a detailed strategy – paper aimed at interrupting “potential pathways to conflict” around the world to keep such conflicts and their consequences from reaching the United States’ borders.

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Foreign Ministry says Bashagha’s move is a crime punishable by law

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has condemned the attempt to overthrow the Government of National Unity by force, saying the events on Tuesday were an explicit threat to the national security and stability of the country and clearly indicates the other party’s rejection of dialogue and political solutions.

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