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Haftar Forces Suffer Losses in Libya Fighting
[Al Jazeera] Clashes between two rival factions in Libya fighting for control of the eastern city of Benghazi have killed at least 19 fighters and wounded several more.
Citizens in Libya Demand Repatriation
[Radio Dabanga] Tripoli -Sudanese stranded in Libya renewed their appeal to the Khartoum government to repatriate them.
Refugees in Libya 'Traumatized
[Deutsche Welle] The bodies of 41 presumed migrants were found washed up on a Libyan beach on Sunday in another tragic reminder that a refugee crisis remains unresolved. DW talks to the UN's senior diplomat in Libya, Martin Kobler.
Sudan Reaffirms Its Supports for Libya
[SNA] Nouakchott -The President of the Republic, Omar Bashir, has reaffirmed Sudan's support for Libya's president Faiz Sarajj and Sudan readiness to provide all possible assistance for the realization of peace and political stability in Libya.
Abdelqadir Fassouk Second Libyan Photojournalist to Be Killed in a Month
[CPJ] Washington -The Committee to Protect Journalists today condemned the killing of Arraed television correspondent and prominent Libyan photojournalist Abdelqadir Fassouk, who was shot yesterday while covering clashes between government-allied forces and the militant group Islamic State, according to his news outlet.
Arab League Summit - Messahel Holds Discussions in Nouakchott With Libyan FM
[Algerie Presse Service] Nouakchott -Minister for Maghreb Affairs, African Union and Arab States League met Saturday in Nouakchott, on the sidelines of the Arab Foreign Ministers meeting, with Libyan Foreign Minister Mohamed al-Taher Siyala.
Security Council Authorizes Countries to Help Libya Destroy Chemical Weapons
[UN News] Following a request from the main international organization working to achieve a world free of chemical weapons, the United Nations Security Council today adopted a resolution authorizing the transfer of such weapons out of Libya for their safe, timely destruction.
UN Authorizes Offshore Disposal Chemical Weapons
[Deutsche Welle] The UN Security Council has authorized the end of Libya's chemical weapons stockpile, a moved hailed by UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson. The move comes amid concerns over the use of the weapons by militants.
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