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EU-bound illegal immigrants rescued at sea

180 illegal immigrants were rescued off Al-Zawiya shores, Libyan Coast Guard said Wednesday, hours after the motor of their boat broke down 31 miles off the shore.

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Revolution Squares Gathering positive over GNC and HoR harmony

Revolution Squares Gathering (RSG) has hailed the declaration of principles between the delegations of both the General National Congress and the Tobruk Parliament in Tunisia, saying that it is a very positive step towards conco

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Organization of Islamic Cooperation applauds declaration of principles

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has praised the declaration of principles announced by the delegations of GNC and HoR in Tunisia as it brings about unity and ends the current conflict in Libya.

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EU, western ambassadors refuse Tunisia's declaration of principles

The Ambassadors of France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the Head of the EU Delegation to Libya have reiterated their strong support for the UN-brokered Libyan Political Agreement, negotiated

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Government spokesperson reviews its history and future to the public

The new reshuffled Salvation Government has been officially formed and will stay in office until the Libyan parties come to terms regarding the formation of a national accord government, said the spokesperson of the government,

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UN envoy Kobler meets GNC, HoR delegations in Tunis

Representatives of the General National Congress and Tobruk Parliament met in Tunisia on Monday with the UN envoy to Libya Martin Kobler.

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Grand Mufti lashes out at Deterrence Force misconduct and violations

Libya Grand Mufti Sheikh Sadiq Al-Gharyani described the killing of the commander of battalion (111) Murad Al-Gumati by the Special Deterrent Force (SDF) as a reckless act and indifference towards the lives of the innocent.

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Jordan imposes visa on Libyan nationals

Jordan decided to Monday to impose visa on Libyan nationals, a step that would create burden on Libyan travellers.

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