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International condemnation of the Benghazi bombings

The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) condemned, on Tuesday the bombings in Al-Salmani area in ​​Benghazi, which killed dozens of people. “Direct or indiscriminate attacks against #civilians are prohibited under international humanitarian law and constitute war crimes”, said the mission on Twitter. The embassies of Italy and the …

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UN and AU support completion of transitional phase in Libya

The UN envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame, agreed to strengthen cooperation with African Union (AU) to support the completion of the transitional process in Libya and to move it to unified, stable and effective institutions, during his meeting with AU President, Moussa Faki in Addis Ababa. United Nations Support Mission …

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UN envoy to Libya: We aim to organize a credible election

UN special envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salameh said the UN mission is seeking to register 1 million new voters in the voter register to give greater credibility to the elections. Salame told Saudi newspaper Al-Hayat on Thursday, that the previous elections were not credible enough with a participation rate of …

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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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The Presidential Guard is discussing technical and logistical support for the apparatus with the UN Mission

In a meeting with the delegation of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, the leadership of the Presidential Guard discussed joint cooperation between the two sides and the technical and logistical support expected from countries and organizations supporting the Presidential Guard. On Tuesday, the Presidential Guard mentioned on its’ …

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