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Passenger and Goods Traffic Declines in Ras Jedir Amid Tension in Nearby Libyan Cities
[Tunis Afrique Presse]Medenine -Passenger and goods traffic declined on both sides of Ras Jedir border crossing amid rising tension in the Libyan cities of Boukamech, Regdaline and Jamil located close to the checkpoint.
Sadomba's Million-Dollar Deal
[The Herald]EDWARD Sadomba's latest transfer from Al Ahli Benghazi to Ahli Tripoli in the Libyan league has made him the highest earning Zimbabwe international footballer at the moment. But the former Dynamos talisman remains humble and has instead set his sights on succeeding in the 2015 Champions League campaign. Sadomba last week inked a $1 million deal to cross the floor from Benghazi to the Libyan capital and with a chance to return to the Champions League.
Strikes Against Libyan Cities Close to Borders - No Activity in Ras Jedir Border Crossing
[Tunis Afrique Presse]Ras Jedir -There was almost no activity in the border crossing of Ras Jedir on Tuesday afternoon after bombings against the Libyan cities of Boukamech and Ajilet located few kilometres from the border with Tunisia, National Army General Mourad Mahjoubi told TAP.
Tunisian Nationals Advised to Defer Travel to Libya Except in Case of Extreme Urgency - FM
[Tunis Afrique Presse]Tunis -The Crisis Unit in charge of monitoring the developments in Libya has advised Tunisian nationals to differ travel to this country, except in case of extreme urgency.
Libya Activists Weigh in As Disorder Continues
[Magharebia]Benghazi -As the UN mission in Libya prepares to jumpstart a national dialogue this week, intellectuals and civil society groups are making their views heard.
UN Mission Calls On All Parties to Join Dialogue
[UN News]The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) today condemned the sharp escalation in violence in the country and called on both sides to cease military operations immediately and give political dialogue a chance.
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