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Britain’s Rose Partners helps Interior Ministry establish Supreme Security Chamber

British security company, Rose Partners, is helping the Interior Ministry of the internationally recognized Libyan government in Libya a create a ‘‘Supreme Security Chamber’’. The Chamber will be launched on 17 January, the Ministry announced yesterday.

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Hafter’s spokesperson welcomes dispatch of retired international ceasefire monitors to Libya

Khalifa Hafter’s official spokesperson, Ahmed Mesmari, yesterday welcomed the proposal of sending international ceasefire monitors to Libya. The revelation was made by the eastern-based Libyan state news agency, LANA, which is closely aligned to Hafter.

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Anti-Hafter forces will not reopen main coastal road until mercenaries withdrawn and landmines removed

The commander of the Operations Room for the Liberation of Sirte-Jufra, Brigadier General Ibrahim Bayt al-Mal, yesterday linked the opening of the main coastal road between the east and west of the country with the withdrawal of mercenaries and the removal of mines.

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GNA rejects reopening Sirte-Misrata road before mercenaries’ departure

The commander of the Sirte-Jufra Operations Room of the Libyan Army under the command of the Government of National Accord (GNA) Ibrahim Baytelmal rejected again the reopening of Sirte-Misrata road before the withdrawal of mercenaries from Sirte and Jufra.

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UNSMIL welcomes prisoner exchange, calls for full implementation of ceasefire agreement

UNSMIL welcomed what it called the ‘‘remarkable success’’ on 25 December of the exchange of prisoners from both the contesting Libyan sides under the supervision of the Joint Military Commission (5+5), and thanks to the good offices of the tribal sheikhs and elders.

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Has the EU lost Libya to Russia?

Located just a two-hour flight or a short boat trip away from its southern shores, Libya is a country in Europe’s immediate neighbourhood. Political shifts and conflicts in this oil-rich Northern African nation have immediate and extensive consequences for European nations. As a result, the European Union has long been …

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