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UN Human Rights Council Discusses Situations in DR Congo, Libya and Burundi
[UN News] At interactive dialogues on the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Libya Ukraine, and Burundi, senior UN human rights officials and independent experts today urged the governments to take immediate steps to ensure protection of human rights in their respective countries.
Kenya, Libya Surface in Clinton-Trump Debate
[News24Wire] Kenya and Libya were both mentioned during the highly-anticipated US presidential debate between candidates Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump on Monday.
France Backs Libya's Unity Government
[VOA] French President Francois Hollande warned Tuesday that Libya must not turn into another Syria, and he vowed to support the country's fragile unity government, whose prime minister is visiting Paris.
UN Official Deplores Human Rights Abuses
[VOA] The U.N. envoy for Libya said Tuesday that armed groups were carrying out "grave human rights abuses with impunity," and he warned the international community against breaking the arms embargo.
UN Human Rights Council Should Establish Independent Expert On Libya
[HRW] Human Rights Watch welcomed the High Commissioner's report on Libya from February this year detailing widespread violations and abuses committed by various factions since the beginning of 2014. Since then, the human rights conditions in Libya have continued to deteriorate amid political insecurity and a looming humanitarian crisis with 400000 internally displaced people many of whom live in dire conditions.
Libya Crisis - Messahel Reiterates Algeria's Position Based On Political Solution
[Algerie Presse Service] New York -Minister of Maghreb Affairs, African Union and Arab League Abdelkader Messahel underlined, Thursday in New York, that the political solution, based on the inclusive inter-Libyan dialogue and national reconciliation, "is the only means likely to preserve the sovereignty, territorial integrity and the unity of Libya, as well as the cohesion of its people away from any foreign interference.
Desperate Libya Asks Zuma for Help
[News24Wire] South Africa has been asked to share its nation-building secrets with strife-torn Libya, which has been struggling to unite since the death of ruler Muammar Gaddafi.
Political Accord Remains Key to Resolving Crisis
[UN News] The Chairman of the Presidency Council of the Government of National Accord of Libya, Mustafa Faiez Serraj, told the United Nations General Assembly today that the political agreement signed by the Libyan parties remains the solution to the current crisis in the North African country.
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