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Shugaley: Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi won't rule in Libya

Efforts to win power in Libya by Saif al-Islam Qaddafi, the son of the country’s late ousted dictator Moammar Qaddafi, won’t succeed, according to Maxim Shugaley, who acts as a political consultant for Yevgeny Prigozhin, a Russi

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Libyan social activist and photographer honoured at Beirut Festival

Libyan social activist and photographer Osama Thini was honoured at an international festival in Beirut, Lebanon, for his humanitarian work and for harnessing his talent for photography to make Libyan culture and traditions know

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NCCHR: Work of UNHCR in Libya is illegal

The National Council for Civil Liberties and Human Rights in Libya (NCCHR) has issued a statement regarding the phenomena of illegal immigration, in which it referred to the growing pressure from external parties on Libya, espec

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JMC announces deportation of 300 mercenaries belong to Haftar's forces

The Joint Military Commission (JMC) 5 + 5 has announced the deportation of 300 mercenaries who were part of Haftar’s forces, within the Eastern Region initiative that were previously announced.

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Senior Libyan sources: Ankara to host Al-Mishri, Saleh meeting

Libyan diplomatic sources have anticipated that the Turkish capital Ankara may well be the host of a planned meeting between the Head of the High Council of State Khaled Al-Mishri, and the Speaker of Parliament, Aqila Saleh.

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UN: More than 1.3 million people in Libya need primary health care

The United Nations said that the armed conflict, instability, and the coronavirus pandemic in Libya have increased pressure on maternal and reproductive health services.

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Turkish Presidency: MoU signed with Libya is still valid

The Spokesman for the Turkish Presidency Ibrahim Kalin says that the military and naval agreements signed with Libya are still valid.

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US State Department says only Libyans can set new date for elections

The spokesman for the United States (US) State Department, Ned Price, said it’s up to the Libyan people not up to the US or its allies to determine timing, and other fundamental questions of the conduct of free, fair, and inclus

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