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Unconscious man smashes his car into store

Four people had a lucky escape when a car ploughed into a shop in Tripoli on Monday.

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Tunisia's border barrier angers Libya

The Salvation Government has said that securing the borders between Libya and Tunisia must be approved by negotiation and coordination and that any unilateral procedure in this regard would not achieve stability and security between the two c

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Investigations Bureau apprehends Nigerian dealer

Tripoli Investigations Bureau has busted a number of Nigerian nationals with about 40 grams of heroin, which they are selling for addicted persons around them.

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Oil tankers ready to take loads from eastern ports

An official in the Oil sector said Sunday that two oil tankers arrived in Al-Hariqa port in eastern Libya where they would be loaded with about 1.15 million barrels of crude oil.

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Press Freedom says IS poses threat to local journalists

Libyan Center for Freedom of Press said Sunday that it had registered 31 atrocious violations against journalists and media figures in the second quarter of 2015.

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PSF eager to sign new contracts with flour suppliers

The Director of the Prices Stabilization Fund (PSF) in the Ministry of Economy, Jamal Al-Shibani, said he received promises from the Central Bank of Libya for cashing out more money to facilitate signing contracts with flour suppliers and private

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GNC member says initializing the draft is not legal

Member of the GNC’s Legal Committee, Mahmoud Al-Gharyani said Sunday that initializing the draft in Shirat, Morocco is a violation of the negotiation principles, adding that the signing mechanism must be unanimous not unilateral.

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Ban Ki-moon hails initializing of UNSMIL's draft

The UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, said he is positive that initializing the draft by the Libyan parties would bring about a possible agreement, which he thinks should come in effect in no time.

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