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HoR calls on Turkish companies to resume their projects in Libya

Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives, Yousef Al-Aqouri, has called on Turkish companies to resume their projects in Libya and contribute to investment in the country.

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High Council of State to vote on new Head next week

A source close to the High Council of State (HCS) said it will convene next week to elect a new Head to replace Khalid Al-Mishri.

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US State Department: We do not interfere in judicial decisions

A spokesman for the US State Department, commenting on the decision of a court in Virginia to find Khalifa Haftar liable for war crimes, said that the United States does not interfere in judicial decisions that are not directly

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Williams to leave her post in Libya, UN has announced

The United Nations has announced that the Special Advisor to the Secretary General on Libya and ex-acting head of UNSMIL, Stephanie Williams, will leave its assigned post in Libya at the end of July.

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UN report: Four million people in Libya at risk of water poverty

UNICEF has expressed concern over the deteriorating water situation in Libya, warning that around four million people will lose access to safe drinking water if immediate solutions are not found and implemented.

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Italian Senate approves decree to refinance Libyan coast guard

The Italian Senate’s Foreign Affairs and Defence Committees have passed a decree to refinance the Libyan Coast Guard for another six months with 11 million and 884 euros.

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Oil Ministry: Halliburton activities in Libya are ongoing

The Ministry of Oil and Gas denied on Friday that the US Halliburton Corporation for oil field services is withdrawing and abandoning its activities in central and west of Libya.

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Warlord Haftar is responsible for war crimes in Libya, a US court finds

The US Eastern District Court of Virginia issued Friday a default judgement against Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar after he refused to appear before the court to answer questions of the plaintiffs’ lawyers.

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