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What Libya's New Travel Ban Really Means
[RFI] Authorities in control of eastern Libya have banned residents aged between 18 and 45 from travelling abroad without permission. The military government says the aim is to stop people from joining terrorists groups. RFI takes a look at the reasons behind the ban.
Head of U.S. Africa Command - Rival Libyan Factions Must Work Together
[VOA] The commander of the United States Africa Command -- which oversees military operations across Africa -- has told VOA that the only way to peace in Libya is by bringing together rival governments. General Thomas Waldhauser made the remarks at the recent Munich Security Conference, ahead of Operation Flintlock, a joint military exercise being hosted by seven African nations.
U.S. Sees a Role for Russia in Trying to Restore Peace in Libya
[VOA] The commander of the United States Africa Command -- which oversees military operations across Africa -- has told VOA that the only way to peace in Libya is by bringing together rival governments. General Thomas Waldhauser made the remarks at the recent Munich Security Conference, ahead of Operation Flintlock, a joint military exercise being hosted by seven African nations.
171 More Nigerians Voluntarily Return From Libya
[Premium Times] No fewer than 171 Nigerians voluntarily returned from Libya on Tuesday aboard a chartered Nouvelair aircraft with registration number TS-1NB.
Nigeria to Evacuate 230 Nationals From Libya, EU
[Premium Times] The Nigerian government has concluded arrangements to bring back home a fresh set of 180 Nigerians migrants trapped in Libya and 50 deportees from the European Union this week.
6th Anniversary of Libyan Revolution Marked in Tripoli
[Focac] Tripoli -Celebration for the sixth anniversary of the revolution of February 17 took place on Friday in the Libyan capital Tripoli.
Nigerian Migrants Recount Ordeals in Libya
[Daily Trust] Lagos -The tales of anguish, pain and maltreatment narrated by recent returnees from Libya confirm the widespread hostilities in the North African country which recently went viral on the cyberspace. Daily Trust on Saturday captured the mood of the returnees who were repatriated on Wednesday.
Nigerian Libya Returnees Share Dark Stories of Rape and Torture
[Guardian] Nigerian returnees from Libya have appealed to federal and state governments to provide job opportunities for Nigerian youths to prevent them from endangering their lives looking for greener pasture abroad.
13 Egyptians Kidnapped in Libya Released - Armed Forces
[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -Egypt's armed forces secured the release of 13 Egyptians who were kidnapped in the northeastern Libyan city of Ajdabia, army spokesman said in a statement on Tuesday.
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