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- Libya Peace Summit: Berlin talks must prioritize accountability for war crimes
- Salama: Berlin Conference Success Would Enable Displaced People Return To Their Homes
- Russian Foreign Ministry: Participants In Berlin Conference Will Submit Their Final Statement To Security Council
- UN Secretary General: Hostilities In Libya Is Rejected And All Must Support Berlin Conference
- Putin to take part in Berlin conference on Libya on January 19
Amnesty International field investigation unearthed potential war crimes in battle for Tripoli
Spokespeople available for interview after visiting 33 strike sites on both sides of the frontline
Protection of civilians and justice for victims of violations must be the cornerstones …Read more
Tripoli-UN envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salama has said he hopes that Berlin conference would lead to complete cease-fire to enable displaced Libyans return to their homes. This came during Salama's visit to displaced center south of the capital accompanied by …Read more
Moscow-Director of International organizations at Russian Foreign Ministry that leaders of countries taking part in Berlin conference on Libya intend to submit the final statement to the UN Security Council either in form of Resolution or statement. Sputnik news agency …Read more
New York-UN Secretary General, Antonio Guiterress called on the international community to offer strong support to Berlin conference on peace in Libya due next Sunday. He also asked parties to the conflict what he called hostile actions. In a letter …Read more
Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit Berlin to take part in the international conference on Libyan regulation on January 19, the Kremlin press service informed.
"An exchange of opinions on Libyan crisis regulation is planned, namely regarding the soonest establishment …Read more
Libyan military strongman Khalifa Haftar will hold talks in Athens on Friday, days ahead of a peace conference in Berlin which he and the head of Tripoli's UN-recognised government Fayez al-Sarraj are expected to attend.
The talks come as world …Read more
TRIPOLI- Six months ago, Siham Sergewa, an elected member of the House of Representatives, was seized at night from her home in the heavily fortified Buhedima District of Benghazi. Since her violent abduction, Ms. Sergewa's fate remains unknown.
UNSMIL continues …Read more
NEW YORK Children in Libya, including refugee and migrant children, continue to suffer grievously amidst the violence and chaos unleashed by the country's longstanding civil war.
Since April last year when hostilities broke out in Tripoli and western Libya, conditions …Read more