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Haftar's forces target Mitiga Airport with 6 Grad rockets in new ceasefire violation

The media office of Volcano of Rage Operation said Wednesday that Khalifa Haftar's forces breached the ceasefire agreement again by targeting Mitiga Airport in Tripoli with six Grad rockets leading to the suspension of

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Guterres: Crimes and intimidation increasing in eastern Libya

The Secretary General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres said the eastern Libyan region's general law and order are deteriorating as crimes and intimidation are increasing by Khalifa Haftar's forces.

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UN Security Council calls on Libya's conflict parties to reach ceasefire, resume political process

The UN Security Council said Tuesday that the two sides of the Libyan conflict should reach a ceasefire agreement to revive the political process that aims to end the ongoing war.

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UNSG Guterres: Haftar's air force is responsible for Tripoli Military College attack

The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, confirmed that Haftar forces were responsible for the killing of 32 students at Tripoli Military College on January 4.

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Tripoli-based HoR discusses formation of Geneva forum dialogue committee

Tripoli-based House of Representatives (HoR) discussed on Monday, the formation of a dialogue team to represent it in Geneva talks.

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UN envoy: We started the military, political and economic tracks following Berlin conference

The UN envoy to Libya Ghassan Salame said there are three tracks that his mission has started working on in the country after Berlin conference; political, economic and military ones.

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Italian ministers say Rome is ready to send peacekeeping forces to Libya

The Minister of European Affairs in Italy Vincenzo Amendola has told Corriere della Sera that his country is ready to deploy peacekeeping forces in Libya.

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Libya's Red Crescent recovers 6 bodies after staying on the roads for 17 days

The media office of Volcano of Rage Operation said Red Crescent volunteers from Tripoli, Misrata, Tarhouna, and Al-Khums managed to recover Monday morning six bodies trapped in Essidra in south Tripoli then sent them t

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