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The National Commission for Human Rights: Human rights violations in Libya reached a “very serious” level

Libya’s National Commission for Human Rights said that human rights violations have reached a “very serious” index with no legal accountability. In a statement released on Sunday on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Commission stated that the United Nations Support Mission …

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UNICEF: The cut off of  water supply  from coastal cities hurts more than half a million children

  On Sunday, UNICEF’s Special Representative for Libya, AbdelRahman Ghandour, said that preventing the arrival of water to the capital Tripoli and coastal cities is affecting 600,000 children.   According to UNICEF’s Facebook page, Ghandour stated that more than 2 million people are suffering from lack of water provided by …

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The African Union welcomes the Libyan government’s investigation into reports of abuses against migrants

On Monday, the African Union (AU) envoy, Amira Al-Fadil, welcomed the opening of an investigation by the Government of National Accord into the alleged reports of abuses against African migrants in Libya. According to the Government of National Accord’s official page, Al-Fadil stressed the readiness of the African Commission to …

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Libyan Consul General of Marseille deplores accusation of Libya’s involvement in slave trade and explains its relationship with Africans

On Sunday, the Libyan consul general in Marseille, France, Abdel Salam Al-Qadi, said that Libyans sympathize with their African brothers due to the circumstances that led them to emigrate. A source in the consulate said that the judge, during his speech at the gathering, denounced what he deemed as a …

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Italian Ambassador to Libya Giuseppe Peroni praised,efforts of the Libyan navy and coast guard to rescue migrants

On Friday, the Italian Ambassador to Libya Giuseppe Peroni praised,through the embassy’s twitter account, the efforts of the Libyan navy and coast guard to rescue thousands of migrants and stressed Italy and the European Union’s efforts to fight “criminal” organizations   #Libya #News #ArraedLG #BuildingANation

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The Presidential Council confirms that the Attorney General’s Office has launched the investigation into the allegations of slave trade in Libya.

Calling on the local and international actors to cooperate with the prosecutor’s office, the  presidential council said in a statement on Thursday that if the allegations of the “slave trade” are proven, those involved would be brought to justice. The Presidential Council pointed out that the “decisive” solution to the …

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Lawyers say that Libya is unable to investigate war crimes

The Lawyers for Justice in Libya (LFJL) association, which contains Libya’s leading human rights lawyers, stated that Libya is incapable of investigating war crimes and human rights violations as there is no independent body. As such, it is their belief that the investigative role must be undertaken by the International …

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