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UN Envoy Says Libya Latest Peace Talks Have Gone 'Well Beyond What We Have Expected
[UN News] Libyan stakeholders have reached a consensus on a range of issues - including on the need for a unity government and security arrangements - and are now convinced that there is a political solution to the country's crisis, Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG), Bernardino Léon, said at the conclusion of the latest round of peace talks which he praised for making "very important progress.
UN Report Documents Targeting of Human Rights Defenders
[UN News] Armed groups across Libya have targeted human rights defenders seeking to shed light on abuses, according to a new United Nations report that outlines a litany of violent attacks and threats against defenders in the country, and in some cases even after they are forced to leave.
Libyan Crisis - U.s., Other Western Countries Welcome Progress Made in Algiers Meeting
[Algerie Presse Service] Washington -The United States, Germany, Spain, France, Italy and the United Kingdom have welcomed the "progress" made following the meeting held in Algiers on 10 and 11 March and which brought together political parties and political activists, said a joint statement issued by the US Department of State.
Prayers for Peace in Iraq, Syria, Libya, Egypt and Beyond
[WCC] This Lenten season, the World Council of Churches (WCC) invites its member churches to pray on Sunday 29 March for those affected by wars in the Middle East, especially in Iraq, Syria, Libya and Egypt. The season of prayer is meant to revive hope from hopelessness, taking into account the vulnerability of minority communities and the threat of losing the diversity of the social fabric in this region.
Orthodox Church Calls On Egyptian Christians to Leave Libya
[Egypt Online] The crisis committee of the Orthodox Church's Holy Synod called on Monday 23/3/2015 on Egyptian Christians to leave Libya for home as soon as possible.
Libya Oil Fights Weyra Transport, Privatization Agency Over Gas Stations
[Addis Fortune] The Company is accusing Weyra Transport S.C. and Privatization and Public Enterprises Supervising Agency for misappropriating its three gas stations
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