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GECOL warns of total blackout and a system collapse

The General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL) has warned of a total blackout and the collapse of the electrical grid if control rooms do not comply with the GECOL's load shedding program.

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Libya recovers antiquities from the United States

Libya's embassy in Washington threw Wednesday a ceremony in which several pottery antiquities of Germanic Civilization from Libya were returned.

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Al-Sirraj accuses HoR of hindering holding Libya’s elections on constitutional basis

The Head of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sirraj accused House of Representatives of hindering the founding of a constitutional basis for the upcoming elections in Libya.

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Head of Al-Naser Football Club resigns, militia group leader takes over

The head of Benghazi’s Al-Naser Football Club, Al-Sharif Al-Wafi, announced his resignation from the club's board of directors.

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Chinese company ZTE to resume suspended projects in Libya

The head of state-owned Libyana Mobile Phone, Ali Ghazawi, confirmed on Wednesday that the Chinese company ZTE will resume its suspended projects in Libya next week.

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Fuel and Gas Crisis Committee lashes out at government officials for lack of action against smuggling

The Fuel and Gas Crisis Committee of the Brega Oil Company has accused officials at the highest level in the country without identifying them of involvement in the smuggling of fuel to finance their goals and personal

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Al-Majbri withdraws from Presidential Council amid claims of lack of security

The Deputy Chairman of the Presidential Council (PC), Fathi Al-Majbri, announced Wednesday his withdrawal from the PC, describing Tripoli as no longer being a political city.

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UNSMIL reviews challenges facing IDPs' return to Benghazi

The UNSMIL said on Wednesday that a group of internally displaced persons (IDPs), activists, civil society organizations members and some representatives of those displaced from Benghazi attended a two-day consultative

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