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Human Rights Watch denounces enforced disappearances of Libyan activists

A Tripoli-based activist, Jabir Zain, remains missing after being abducted on September 25, 2016, by an armed group linked to the Interior Ministry of the United Nations-backed Government of National Accord, Human Rights Watch said today.

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Libya’s political division is root cause of its economic crisis: Audit Bureau 2016 report

The underlying cause of Libya’s economic problems in 2016 were caused by the political division of the country. This division had led to the existence of multiple contending governments and central banks – and contending monetary policies.

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IOM: African migrants traded in Libya’s ‘slave markets’

Hundreds of African refugees and migrants passing through Libya are being bought and sold in modern-day slave markets before being held for ransom or used as forced labour or for sexual exploitation, survivors have told the UN’s migration agency.

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Amnesty International: Haftar responsible for civilian killings in Ganfudah

The annual report of Amnesty International has said that the “Libyan National Army” which it described also as armed groups led by Khalifa Haftar and contain Gaddafi brigades’ fighters and tribal forces, bombed the civilian area of Ganfudah in Benghazi from the air and by artillery leading to the killing …

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National Commission for Human Rights warns of humanitarian calamity in Libya

The Libyan National Commission for Human Rights in Libya (NCHRL) has emphasized that the degree of misery and tragic humanitarian situation in Libya on both living and health levels has been increased due to the division and political conflicts.

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