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- Deputy Minister of Interior Visits Narcotics Department
- GNA Council of Ministers Announces Resumption of Air Traffic at Amitiq Airport
- German Foreign Minister: Libya’s neighboring countries suffer from negative consequences of Libyan Crisis
- Libya – IDP and Returnee Key Findings Report 28 (Nov-Dec 2019)
- Activities of Secretary-General in Germany, 18-20 January
Tripoli- Deputy Minister of Interior, Brig Gen Khaled Mazen Visits General Department for Narcotics and Mental effects where he was met by Director of the Department. The Deputy Minister accompanied by the Brig Gen Fisal Ben Kafu and bureau chiefs …Read more
Tripoli-The GNA Council of Ministers announced the resumption of Air Traffic at Amitiq Airport as of Thursday. It instructed the Ministry of Transport to make the necessary arrangements. In a statement Thursday, the Council entrusted the Foreign Ministry to conduct …Read more
Tripoli-German Foreign Minister: Libya's neighboring countries suffer from negative consequences of Libyan crisis and that realizing peace and security in Libya is conducive to the interest of its neighbors.. In speech at the Foreign Ministers Meeting of Libya's neighboring countries …Read more
This report presents the Key findings of Round 28 of the mobility tracking component of the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) programme in Libya.
Source: International Organization for Migration
The United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres arrived in Berlin from New York on Saturday evening, 18 January.
On Sunday morning, he had a bilateral meeting with the Prime Minister of Italy, Giuseppe Conte. Following the meeting, the Secretary-General took part …Read more
KEY FINDINGS (ROUND 28)
355,672: Total number of IDPs in Libya
97% were displaced due to the deterioration of the security situation
60% of IDPs live in self-paid rented accommodation
447,707: Total number of returnees in Libya
Decline …Read more
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is accusing Libyan militia leader General Khalifa Haftar of violating a cease-fire agreement. Despite deploying Turkish forces to back the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA), though, Erdogan seems to be increasingly looking to diplomacy …Read more
A federal judge Thursday sentenced a Libyan militant to more than 19 years in prison for his role in the 2012 Benghazi attacks that killed four Americans, including the U.S. ambassador.
A jury convicted Mustafa al-Imam last year of conspiring …Read more