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Salame at UN Security Council: Libyan National Conference is very vital

The Head of UNSMIL Ghassan Salame briefed the Security Council on Wednesday saying the Libyan National Conference will provide next month a crucial chance to end the 8-year long crisis in the country.

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PC approves 46.8 billion LYD for 2019 fiscal year

The Presidential Council (PC) approved on Wednesday the financial arrangements for the fiscal year 2019, which stands at 46.8 billion dinars, including 5 billion dinars for development programs and projects.

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PC head holds talks with Erdoğan upon arrival in Turkey

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, received on Wednesday Chairman of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sarraj, who arrived in Ankara on a working visit.

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Grand Mufti demands agenda of UN-backed National Conference be made public

Libya’s top religious cleric Shaikh Sadiq Al-Gharyan said on Wednesday that Libyans should not take part in the UN-backed National Conference until they know the agenda and names of the attendees.

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Libyan human rights body denounces radical Madkhalist imam's description of scouts as infidels

The National Commission for Human Rights in Libya (NCHRL) has denounced the escalation of statements uttered by "Madkhalists" in Benghazi after they had recently called the Libyan Public Scout and Girl Guide Movement a

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UN deputy head supports civilian state in Libya not military rule

The deputy head of the UNSMIL for political affairs Stephanie Williams has reiterated support for the civilian statehood of Libya and rejection to the military operations or rule.

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UN envoy to Libya says National Conference is on April 14-16 in Ghadames

The Head of the Libya UN mission Ghassan Salame said Wednesday in a presser in Tripoli that the National Conference (Multaqa Al-Watani) will be held in Ghadames city on April 14-16 to find a way out of the political stalemate in

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US pledges half a million dollars in non-lethal assistance to Libya

The United States has pledged $500,000 dollars in rapid-response non-lethal assistance in support of the Presidential Council's Ministry of Interior efforts to strengthen the capacity of the Tripoli Security Directorate, the US

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