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Erdogan receives Saleh and Al-Lafi to discuss developments in Libya

Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on Tuesday, received Speaker of the House of Representatives, Aqila Saleh, and member of the Presidential Council, Abdullah Al-Lafi, in the Turkish capital, Ankara.

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Second edition of Libya e-commerce exhibition kicks off

The Minister of Economy and Trade of the Government of National Unity, Mohamed Al-Hawij, inaugurated on Monday the second edition of Libya E-Commerce Exhibition, on the grounds of the Tripoli International Fair.

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Abu Janah demands investigation into fuel explosion

Deputy Prime Minister/ Minister of Health Ramadan Abu Janah, has called on the Attorney General to open an investigation into the fuel explosion that killed several people in the southern region.

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Guterres praises Williams' "achievements" in Libya

The UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, has hailed the "key achievements" of the UN Rep. Stephanie Williams as she ends her assignment as his Special Adviser on Libya.

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Health Minister: Tripoli Medical teams to Sebha not allowed to help Bent Baya casualties

Deputy Prime Minister, and Acting Minister of Health, Ramadan Boujnah, has said that all medical teams and planes which left from Maitiga Airport to Sebha were intercepted and not allowed to help the injured of the Bent Bayah ac

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Ministry of Health issues urgent instructions to treat victims of Bint Bayah accident

Deputy Prime Minister, who is the Acting Minister of Health, Ramadan Abu Janah has issued urgent instructions to the Emergency Medicine and Support Center to coordinate with centers specialized in burn surgery in Tunisia to admi

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HCS re-elects Khaled Al-Mashri as president for 5th term running

 The High Council of State has re-elected its current president, Khaled Al-Mashri, as president for the 5th term in office, after obtaining 65 out of 115 votes of the Council members who participated in the second round of

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Al-Muntaser: Families of Haftar's victims could receive up to $250 million

Warlord Khalif Haftar may have to pay the families of his victims up to $150 million, the head of the Democracy and Human Rights Foundation, Emadadin Al-Muntaser, says.

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