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- LIBYA: NEWS PHOTOGRAPHER KILLED IN TRIPOLI CLASHES
- SCORES OF MIGRANTS UNACCOUNTED FOR AFTER BOAT CAPSIZES OFF LIBYA: IOM
- Reports: Shipwrecks in Mediterranean Kill 170 Migrants
- Ten Confirmed Dead, 10 Missing From Burning Ships Off Kerch Strait
- Egypt Says Clashes Kill 7 Troops, 59 Militants in Sinai
African Union Commission Chair Hails Côte d’Ivoire’s Recovery, as Secretary-General Stresses Refocus on Prevention
Building and sustaining peace after the end of conflict requires holistic responses characterized by national ownership, economic investment and inclusive efforts to repair torn social fabrics, …Read more
TRIPOLI, Dozens of Libyans protested on Tuesday against a U.S. air strike on suspected al Qaeda militants in the country’s southwestern desert, saying civilians had been targeted, witnesses said.
The U.S. Africa Command (Africom) on Thursday said it had killed …Read more
Tripoli, The President of the Presidency Council Fayez Al Serraj on Wednesday met the Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah where he arrived earlier on a visit to the Gulf country. Al Serraj highlighted the …Read more
Benghazi, The Deputy UN Special Envoy for Political Affairs to Libya Stephanie Williams has met a number of members of the Libyan House of Representatives. According to UNSMIL SMS page, Williams discussed legislations issued by the House as well as …Read more
The below is attributable to Spokesperson Heather Nauert:
Secretary Michael R. Pompeo met with Libyan Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj today in Brussels. The Secretary thanked the Prime Minister for the Government of National Accord’s strong partnership with the United States. …Read more
TRIPOLI, LIBYA, After a month strolling the gold market in Libya’s capital, retired public servant Milud Farhat was unable to find any jewelry he could afford for his daughter’s wedding.
The 60-year-old is typical of Libya’s once well-to-do middle class, …Read more
PENTAGON, The U.S.-led coalition fighting Islamic State has targeted and killed a senior leader of the group in Syria who was linked to the murder of an American citizen.
Pentagon spokesman U.S. Navy Cmdr. Sean Robertson told VOA on Monday …Read more
WASHINGTON, President Donald Trump complained Monday about how much the U.S. spends on weapons in an “uncontrollable” arms race with Russia and China, though he vastly overstated how much is spent on actual weapons, even under a budget his administration …Read more