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[State Department] Washington, DC -February 4, 2016
ISIL's Presence in Libya Grows to 5,000 Fighters
[Al Jazeera] ISIL fighters have streamed into Libya in recent months, heightening fears the fighters are gaining ground and influence in the divided north African country.
Security Forces, Army Ready to Protect Borders in Case of Military Intervention in Libya (Ben Nasr)
[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis -"Security forces and the Army are fully ready to protect Tunisia's borders in case of a possible military strike in Libya," said President of the Tunisian Centre for Global Security Studies Mokhtar Ben Nasr.
Fence Built On Border With Libya Completed (Defence)
[Tunis Afrique Presse] Medenine, -Minister of National Defence Farhat Horchani announced Saturday the completion of the erection of a barrier on the border with Libya.
Tunisia Will Not Use Weapons Against Libya and Will Not Intervene Militarily (Horchani)
[Tunis Afrique Presse] Medenine -National Defence Minister Farhat Horchani affirmed, Saturday, that Tunisia will not use weapons against Libya and will not intervene militarily in this country because Tunisia is convinced conflicts could only be settled through peaceful means.
Tunisia Concerned As Foreign Military Intervention in Libya Looms
[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis, -The prospect of a foreign military intervention in Libyan is a source of concern to the Tunisian authorities.
Egyptians Deported From Libya Arrive in Ras Jédir
[Tunis Afrique Presse] Medenine -Thirty-four Egyptians deported from Libya arrived on Tuesday evening to the border crossing of Ras Jedir.
34 Egyptians Released in Libya to Return Home Thursday
[Egypt Online] Thirty-four Egyptians were released in Libya on Wednesday 3/2/2016, said Assistant Foreign Minister for Consular Affairs Hisham el Naqib.
Caïd Essebsi - Countries Which Plan Military Intervention in Libya Must Take Into Consideration Tunisia's Interests
[Tunis Afrique Presse] Carthage -President Béji Caïd Essebsi called, on Thursday, the countries which plan a military intervention in Libya, to take into consideration the interests of the neighbouring countries including, first and foremost, Tunisia and consult with them.
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