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Mitiga Airport announces diversion of flights to Misurata

On Wednesday night, Mitiga Airport administration announced the suspension of air traffic at the airport and the transfer of all flights to Misurata International Airport after two shells landed in the vicinity of the airport. Mitiga media office director, Intisar Al-Ezabi confirmed to ArraedLG on Wednesday the fall of two …

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More than 100 migrants drown off the Libyan coast

More than 100 illegal immigrants have drowned near the Libyan coast early this September, after their boat sank, which started its journey from the Libyan shores. The 276 survivors, who include women, children and infants, were taken to Khoms city for treatment, as some of them had pneumonia and burns …

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Haftar backs down from statements on Algeria

Haftar Forces spokespersdon, Ahmed Al-Mismari backed down on the threats launched by the commander of Operation Dignity, Khalifa Haftar toward Algeria to turn war in its direction. Al-Mismari told a news conference that Libya has a long history of friendship awith Algeria, adding that Algeria is a fellow country and …

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Turkey condemns attack on Tripoli oil establishment

The Turkish embassy in Libya strongly condemned on Tuesday the terrorist attack on the National Oil Corporation in Tripoli In a statement, the Embassy expressed its sadness and sorrow for the victims of the attack, it offered its condolences to the Libyan government and people. The National Oil Corporation (NOC) …

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Haftar latest speech threatens statehood, says HCS member

The High Council of State (HCS) member, Abdul Rahman Al-Shater said that the speech of the commander of Operation Dignity forces, Khalifa Haftar threatens the establishment of a civil state and the peaceful rotation of power. Al-Shater said in a tweet on Saturday that the current stage needed calmness and …

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Red Crescent’s work during clashes in Tripoli

The Red Crescent in Tripoli said it had recovered three bodies, exchanged 19 bodies between the fighting parties and evacuated 348 people from areas of clashes in Tripoli between August 27 and September 7. The Information and Evaluation Office in the Crescent said in a statement issued on Saturday that …

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Stabilization of ceasefire in Tripoli continues

The Dialogue Committee on conflict resolution and reconciliation decided at its meeting in Tripoli, to continue to consolidate the cease-fire in the city. The dialogue committee, in a statement obtained by ArraedLG, said on Saturday that the meeting stressed the withdrawal of all parties of the conflict to establish their …

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Security Council: There can be no military solution in Libya

The Security Council stressed that there can be no military solution in Libya, calling for accountability of those who undermine the peace and security of Libya. In a statement on Friday, the UN Security Council also welcomed the briefing by UN envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame condemning recent violence in …

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