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Serbian Pipeline Engineer Abducted in Libya Released

  Author: Libyan Gazette Editorial Staff Serbian pipeline engineer, Miroslav Tomic, who was captured on Saturday from Messla oil field by unidentified kidnappers near the Egyptian border has been freed. Tomic who was employed by a German company Ferrostaal was abducted while inspecting an oil field in a remote area …

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Libya’s U.N.-Backed Government Ventures Farther Into Tripoli

(New York Times) CAIRO — The leaders of Libya’s fragile new unity government cautiously expanded their authority in Tripoli on Friday, venturing from their fortified base in the city port to make public appearances in a downtown mosque and square, while political factions from nearby towns pledged their allegiance. The …

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Libyan politicians hit by EU sanctions over new government

(Left: Agilah Saleh, Right: Khalifa Ghweil) (BBC World) The European Union has imposed sanctions on three prominent Libyan politicians opposed to the installation of a UN-backed government. The sanctions target the leaders of two rival administrations that have been vying for power amid the chaos after the 2011 overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi. …

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Libya’s Unity Government Defies Air Blockade to Reach Tripoli

Fayez Serraj, the Libyan prime minister-designate, said Wednesday at a news conference in Tripoli that he would broker a cease-fire among Libya’s myriad factions and confront the Islamic state. (Credit Ismail Zitouny/Reuters) (New York Times) CAIRO — The Libyans who lead a United Nations-backed unity government traveled by sea early Wednesday to …

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Qaddafi’s Son Warns of Civil War as Libyan Protests Widen

(Republished from the New York Times) CAIRO — A five-day-old uprising in Libya took control of its second-largest city of Benghazi and spread for the first time to the capital of Tripoli late on Sunday as the heir-apparent son of its strongman, Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, warned Libyans in a televised …

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Protests spread to Libya

(Published by CNN World Middle East) (CNN) — Unprecedented demonstrations sweeping the Middle East and North Africa spread Wednesday to Libya, where police clashed with anti-government protesters in the coastal city of Benghazi, an independent source told CNN. About 200 protesters came out to show support for human rights activist …

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