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Hafter’s representatives in the 5+5 Joint Military Commission announce suspension of their participation in the commission, call for closing oil, coastal road and cutting cooperation with GNU

In what looks like the dangerous unravelling of the 23 October 2020 Ceasefire Agreement, which has been the bedrock of the relative peace and stability in Libya since, Khalifa Hafter’s five representatives in the 5+5 Joint Military Commission (JMC) announced yesterday the suspension of their participation in the JMC until …

The tragedy of Benghazi, Libya’s second city … No one seems willing or able to rebuild it

Much of what was once a charming Italian city, with cafés, art-deco cinema and royal palace, is a smashed ghost town. The courthouse where Libyans rose up against Qaddafi in 2011 is awash with sewage. “Lost homeland”, reads a graffito on a chipped colonnade adorning the old Bank of Rome.

40 African migrants caught in human smuggling den in Sabratha west of Tripoli

The Interior Ministry of the Libyan outgoing government said that the Sabratha Security Directorate transferred 40 people of different African nationalities to the Anti-Illegal Immigration Agency, after they were caught in a human smuggling den in the city during the last period.