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Libya blasts Amnesty report on human rights abuses

Libyan authorities have rejected an Amnesty International (AI) report accusing the Libyan National Army (LNA) of shelling civilians trapped in the Ganfuda area of Benghazi. In a workshop organised by the eastern-based Foreign Media Authority (FMA) officials said the report was “fabricated” by an organisation “supposed to be a neutral party …

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Libya: Humanitarian Support to Migrants and IDPs | September 2016

Following the no-confidence vote from the House of Representatives (HoR), based in the north-eastern city of Tobruk, the UN-backed Government of National Accord led by Fayez al-Sarraj continues to face difficulty in mobilising support. Serraj has called for national reconciliation and announced that consultations have been launched to form a …

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Libyan forces recapture port in IS stronghold Sirte

Forces allied with Libya’s unity government have recaptured the port in Islamic State [IS] group’s stronghold Sirte, officials said on Saturday. The government of national accord [GNA] forces continue in their advance towards the city centre after retaking a residential area in the east of Sirte, spokesman Mohammed al-Aredi told …

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Final report of the Panel of Experts on Libya provides grim reading

The 215-page final report of the UN Panel of Experts on Libya to the President of the Security Council was released recently. The report provided grim reading on the situation in Libya.

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