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Last-minute drama drags Libyan football league final round to a playoff

Libyan football league's final round of the six-team group for 2021/2022 season champion couldn't be announced on Wednesday due to a last-minute goal by Al-Ittihad against Al-Nasser, thus making it obligatory to hold a playoff w

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Libya, China review ways of boosting relations

The Deputy Foreign Minister for International Cooperation and Organizations, Omar Keti, received, in his office at the Foreign Ministry in Tripoli, Wang Zhimin, the Chargé d'affaires of China in Libya.  

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GNU spokesman claims his government can increase Libya oil output to 3 million bpd

The spokesman for the Government of National Unity (GNU), Mohammed Hammouda, reaffirmed his government's readiness to invest in developing Libya's oil sector, saying their efforts can lead to increasing oil production to 3 milli

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Meeting for Libyan military and security leaders puts an end to tensions in Tripoli

Identical sources confirmed that a meeting was held Tuesday night by military and security leaders from Tripoli, Misrata, Al-Zawiya and Zintan was successful in reaching a preliminary agreement to demobilize forces from contact-

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Italian Defense Minister: Situation in Libya source of concern to us

Italian Defense Minister, Lorenzo Guerini has voiced concern of his ministry, during a recent hearing, about the situation in Libya.

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Libyan oil production up to 1.025 million bpd

Libya announced, on Tuesday, that its crude oil production increased to 1.025 million barrels per day, following a three-month decline, due to a wave of closures of oil fields and ports.

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Al-Sunni accuses ‘certain international powers’ of hampering Libyan elections

Libya's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Taher Al-Sunni, said on Monday that ‘certain international powers’ are behind disruption of the elections in the country, without identifying them.

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UNSC members renew call for political solution in Libya

A Security Council session on Monday to discuss the Libyan developments ended with no breakthrough in substance as member states renewed calls for ending violence and finding solutions to the political stalemate.

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