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Libya’s Foreign Minister demands ICC investigate Murzuq massacre

The Foreign Minister of Libya’s UN-backed Government of  National Accord, Mohamed Sayala, called Wednesday on the International Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate a recent deadly airstrike on the southern city of Murzuq.

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Libya’s Foreign Ministry asks Tunisian authorities for coordination regarding Haftar’s aircraft

The Libyan Foreign Ministry has asked the Tunisian authorities for coordination before taking any action regarding the Libyan warplane that landed on Monday morning in Mednine.

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Libya’s Foreign Minister accuses US, France and Russia of hampering a Security Council resolution against Tripoli offensive

The Libyan Foreign Minister Mohammed Sayala said in a briefing on his ministry work at the Tripoli-based House of Representatives (HoR) on Tuesday that the UN Security Council had failed to issue a resolution for Tripoli offensive because of the US, Russia and France’s reservations and prolongation.

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ICC Prosecutor initiates legal procedures in the airstrike of the immigration centre in Tajoura

Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Fatou Bensouda confirmed that it has initiated the necessary measures on the aerial bombardment of the immigrants’ centre of Tajoura, Tripoli.

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs calls for an international investigation in migrants massacre in Tajoura

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that it will request the United Nations and the international community to investigate the criminal bombing committed by Hafter’s forces, against the shelter in Tajoura suburb of Tripoli.

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At Group 5+5 meetings, Libya, Italy’s foreign ministers discuss ending Tripoli offensive

The Libyan Foreign Minister Mohammed Sayala attended Monday 5+5 Group meetings in Marseille, France, and discusses with the countries’ foreign ministers the issues related to economy, development and other pertaining issues. 

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Libya’s EU ambassador: Haftar’s forces must return to previous positions to resume dialogue

The Libyan ambassador to the European Union Hafid Gadour said political dialogue in Libya won’t be resumed until Khalifa Haftar’s forces pull out to their previous positions, urging for international guarantees for a truce in Libya.

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