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Libya's parallel Central Bank welcomes fees on foreign currency transactions 

Controversially enough, the parallel Al-Bayda-based Central Bank of Libya (CBL) has welcomed the Tripoli-based CBL decision to impose 183% fees on foreign currency transactions.

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UNSMIL holds meeting for ceasefire committee, diplomats as violence rocks Tripoli 

The UNSMIL convened a meeting Thursday between Libya’s diplomatic community and the Head of Ceasefire Monitoring Committee Hussein Abdullah. 

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Libya's NOC: Al-Wafaa oilfield could be shut down over armed group's extortion

The Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) has remarked that Al-Wafaa oilfield’s airfield has been blockaded on Wednesday morning an attempt to blackmail Mellitah Oil and Gas Company into awarding an unwarranted catering contract

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Arab League to cut ties with Libyan eastern Interim Government

The Arab League has voiced support for the government of the Presidential Council (PC) as the sole legitimate body in Libya, urging in its ministerial meeting 150 headed by Sudan to suspend communication with Libyan parallel ins

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UN envoy to Libya vows to list Tripoli ceasefire violators for UN sanctions

The UN envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame, said he was going to ask the Security Council to amend the Action Plan in Libya.

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180% tax tapped on Libyan Dinar-US Dollar bank transactions

The Presidential Council (PC) issued a statement imposing 183% fees on the foreign currency transactions at the banks.

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Foreign Minister discusses bilateral relations with Spanish counterpart in Madrid

The Foreign Minister of the Presidential Council (PC) Mohammed Sayala expressed Libya's aspiration to push forward the bilateral relations with Spain to return to its former state on all levels.

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Anti-Terrorism Force senior leader criticizes UN mission-led ceasefire in Tripoli

The senior leader at the Anti-Terrorism Force, Mukhtar Al-Jahawi, criticized the work of the UNSMIL and the Tripoli's ceasefire's articles, which were brokered by the UNSMIL's Head Ghassan Salame.

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