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Presidential Council condemns bombings in Benghazi.

The presidential council (PC) of the Government of National Accord (GNA) condemned, on Wednesday the bombing of two cars in Al-Salmani neighborhood in Benghazi, which killed dozens of civilians. In a statement, the PC described the bombing of Benghazi’s passport office as a “heinous crime” and “cowardly” acts of violence …

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Sayala calls on France to resume its embassy in Tripoli

The foreign minister of the Government of National Accord (GNA), Mohamed Al-Sayala renewed his call to the French government to resume the work of its embassy in the capital Tripoli during a meeting with French foreign minister, Jean-Yves Laudrian, on the sidelines of the 5 + 5 foreign ministers’ meeting …

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Clemente gets paid from Libyan Football Federation

The head of the youth and sports authority in the Government of National Accord (GNA), Ziad Gererah said on Thursday, that the authority has converted the “full” fees of the former national football team coach, Javier Clemente. Gererah told ArraedLG, that the completion of this case required a massive effort …

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Al-Awaqir tribe calls for the release of Faraj Gaim

A number of young men of Al-Awaqir tribe called on Hafar’s forces to “immediately” release the undersecretary of the Government of National Accord (GNA) Interior Ministry, Faraj Gaim. The youth of the tribe demanded, in a statement published on Monday, the tribes of Barca to determine their position of what …

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US President Donald Trump: We support the GNA, and the Libyans in the pursuit of political reconciliation.

On Sunday, US President Donald Trump congratulated President Fayez al-Sarraj on the anniversary of Libya’s independence and his continued support for the GNA and for Libyans seeking national reconciliation. Trump explained that the political agreement is the only viable framework for solving the Libyan crisis in the transitional period, indicating …

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