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Gharyan clashes left 8 people dead, 27 injured

The Director of Gharyan Hospital, Khalid Zuweit, confirmed that the death toll of the armed clashes in Gharyan city had reached eight dead people and 27 others injured, indicating that the situation in the city was very stable, and that there was a full security deployment from members of the …

Haftar discusses with UK delegation cooperation in the field of combating terrorism

Khalifa Haftar has discussed with Minister of State for the Armed Forces of the United Kingdom, James Heappey, cooperation between the two countries in the field of combating terrorism, political developments, and creating conditions for holding elections.

Hammad accuses Dbeibah of supporting Barghathi to destabilize Benghazi

The Prime Minister of the government designated by the House of Representatives (HoR) Osama Hammad accused the Government of National Unity of being behind the armed unrest taking place in Benghazi, describing the force of Al-Mahdi Al-Barghathi as a rogue gang that came with direct funding from elements affiliated with …

UNSMIL concerned by weekend Benghazi armed clashes and communications blackout

The United Nations Support Mission (UNSMIL) in Libya expressed its concern in a statement today about the armed clashes in Benghazi over the last few days and the continued communications outage. It said it continues to investigate reports of civilian casualties.

Bathily calls on Haftar to grant access to UN relief organizations to reach affected areas

The Special Representative of the Secretary-General, Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, Abdoulaye Bathily, called on Khalifa Haftar to grant full access to UN agencies and aid organizations working to alleviate the suffering of affected people in the storm-hit areas.

After Libya flood, unexploded weapons pose new risk

Last week, Storm Daniel pounded Libya, wreaking havoc on the eastern city of Derna, where two neglected, ageing dams gave way upstream, unleashing an estimated 30 million cubic metres (8 billion gallons) of water, and obliterating entire neighbourhoods of the city, home to around 100,000 people.