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UNSMIL announces agreement to end clashes in Tripoli

The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) announced a cease-fire agreement and an end to all hostilities in Tripoli. According to the Mission’s Twitter account, the agreement stated the protection of civilians, the safeguarding of public and private property and the reopening of Mitiga International Airport. The Secretary-General’s Special …

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UNSMIL condemns “Forced eviction” of Tawergha camp

The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) condemned on Friday the “forced eviction” of displaced families from the Tawergha camp at Airport Road early Friday morning and left them homeless for the second time in seven years. In a statement posted on the mission’s website, Ghassan Salame, the Special …

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UNSMIL deputy: We have to focus on reconciliation agreements in Libya

Deputy chief of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) for political affairs, Stephanie Williams stressed on Sunday the importance of focusing on dialogue, local reconciliation agreements and social cohesion in Libya. Williams told a news conference, on the sidelines of Al-Solh Khair (Reconciliation is Better) campaign in Tripoli, …

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UNSMIL: 28 civilians injured in July

The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) recorded 28 civilian casualties between deaths and injuries in July. UNSMIL said on its official website on Wednesday that it documented in its monthly report casualties and injuries resulting from what it described as “possible violations of international humanitarian law” in Benghazi, …

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