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- Libyan Consulate In Tunis Advises Libyan Nationals To Remain In Their Homes
- EU Renews Support For Berlin Conference’s Outcomes And For Immediate Halt Of Fighting In Libya
AMMAN, Nov 22 (NNN-Petra) — Jordanian Minister of Interior, Salamah Hammad, on Saturday, met with Libyan acting Interior Minister, Brigadier Mohammad Al Fakehri and discussed current developments in the region, and efforts to restore security and stability to Libya.
The …Read more
The Foreign Affairs Ministry recommended, Friday, to the Tunisians residing in Libya to be vigilant in their movements and return home in case of necessity.
The Foreign Ministry reminds, in a statement, the decision to close Tunisia’s consulate in Tripoli …Read more
U.S. and Libyan officials confirmed Monday that two U.S. fighter planes dropped 225 kilogram bombs in Libya, targeting Mokhtar Belmokhtar, a former North African al-Qaida chief.
The attack was carried out on Saturday evening by a pair of F-15E Strike …Read more
The president of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the French Assembly, Elisabeth Guigou paid tribute Monday, in Algiers, to Algeria for its “very important” role in the reconciliation of Libya and Mali as well as the fight against terrorism in …Read more
“A Libyan delegation from the government of Tripoli, including two Ministers, will arrive Sunday afternoon in Tunisia, to negotiate with the Tunisian authorities, the release of the Tunisian diplomats kidnapped during the assault led against Tunisia’s general consulate by a …Read more
Eight Tunisian nationals from the delegation of Bir Lahmar in Tataouine, were kidnapped since Saturday evening, in the suburb of Tripoli, according to diverse sources of the region of Bir Lahmar.
The Tunisians were going to the place where they …Read more
Algeria “vigorously” condemns the abduction of staff members of the Tunisian Consulate in Tripoli (Libya), affirmed Saturday Spokesman of Foreign Affairs Ministry Abdelaziz Benali Cherif, describing this act as “serious violation” of international law.
“This act is a flagrant and …Read more
Bernardino Leacuteon, United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Libya called, Sunday, for the release of the Tunisians kidnapped in Tripoli.
In a statement published, today, he condemned the assault against Tunisia’s Consulate General in Tripoli by a Libyan armed group …Read more