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UK refuses to return Libyan artifacts stolen over 200 years ago

Lawyers for the Crown Estate of Queen Elizabeth II have reportedly turned down the request to return 'stolen' artefacts from the ancient Roman settlement of Leptis Magna in president-day Libya, despite a campaign of a British-Li

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Dbeibah launches construction of “Exhibitions City” in Tripoli

The Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibha, said his government is working to launch the construction of an “Exhibitions City” to be a trade landmark that develops Libya and adds beauty to the capital’s scenery.

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Williams, Sanalla reaffirm importance of ending oil blockade

The UN Special Adviser on Libya, Stephanie Williams, and the National Oil Corporation (NOC) Head Mustafa Sanalla have reaffirmed the need to end the oil blockade as soon as possible.

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Al-Ahly Tripoli loses 2-0 to Orlando Pirates in first leg of CAF Confederation Cup semi-finals

Al-Ahly Tripoli lost their match against the South African Orlando Pirates in the first leg of the CAF Confederations Cup semifinals at the Benina Martyrs Stadium in Benghazi on Sunday.

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Muntasser: Haftar will not attend scheduled interrogation session in Virginia Court

Lawyers of Libyan families who are suing Khalifa Haftar in US courts for allegedly committing war crimes and torture in Libya intend to ask the court to issue a verdict in absentia and convict Haftar after the latter refused to

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Libya coach says he aims to lead team to AFCON 2023

French coach of the Libyan national football team, Corentin Da Silva Martins, said, after arriving in Libya on Saturday in Benghazi to attend Al-Ahly Tripoli vs Orlando Pirates from South Africa in CAF Confederation Cup, he was

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3,531 Libyan pilgrims to perform Hajj this year

Only 3,531 Libyan pilgrims, including men and women, will attend the Hajj this year due to the precautionary conditions set by the Saudi authorities, an official at the Libyan General Authority for Hajj and Umrah Affairs has con

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Humanitarian organization: 34 migrants who sailed from Misrata are at the risk of death

A group of 34 migrants stranded in Malta's search and rescue zone have called the non-governmental organization (Alarm Phone) for help, the NOG confirmed.

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