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Railway Execution Authority resumes suspended projects since 2011

Head of the Projects Department at the Railways Project Execution and Management Authority, Fathi Mohammed, has confirmed the resumption of the implementation of three railway lines that have been suspended since 2011.

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PC head presents in New York new ideas for holding elections, spokesperson says

Spokesperson for the Presidential Council (PC), Najwa Wahiba, has stated that the PC head, Mohammed Menfi, raised during his meetings with the leaders of the active countries in New York, what she called “the new ideas for parli

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Jordan confirms support for Libya's security, unity and stability

The Jordanian Prime Minister, Bisher Al-Khasawneh, has affirmed his country’s support for Libya and its security, unity and stability.

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United Nations stresses the need to achieve stability in Libya through elections

The head of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, has discussed with the Hungarian Ambassador, Chapa Koroshi, the developments of the situation in Libya and the national reconciliation project file.

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Aqila Saleh invites MPs to an official session in Benghazi next Monday

The Speaker of the House of Representatives (HoR), Aqilah Saleh, has invited the MPs to attend an official session to be held next Monday in Benghazi to elect the second deputy speaker of the HoR, succeeding Hamid Houma, who lef

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We found a positive international discourse that rejects any militarization, Al-Manqoush says

The Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Government of National Unity, Najla Al-Manqoush, said on Friday that she conveyed clear messages on the situation of Libya during her meetings in New York, regarding accelerating the electi

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Ministry of Justice releases Mansour Daw, ex-regime prominent figure

The Ministry of Justice of the Government of National Unity has issued a health release order on Mansour Daw, one of the most prominent leaders of the former regime.

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