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- Protection Sector Update on the Protection of Civilian Situation in Libya, 24 August 2019
- Trump in France for G-7 Summit Where Consensus Is Unlikely
- PSC Insights: From popular uprisings to regime change
- UNHCR Update Libya (23 August 2019)
- EU-UN Project to Combat Human Trafficking in the Middle East
Nine people were confirmed dead and many more feared missing after a boat capsized in the Mediterranean Sea early Friday, while the bodies of over 100 migrants from another vessel that capsized days earlier washed up on a beach in …Read more
UNITED NATIONS,-- The European Union has proposed expanding a United Nations Security Council mandate for a European naval operation to allow it to crack down on arms smuggling in the high seas off war-torn Libya, though Russia voiced concerns about …Read more
TRIPOLI, -- Bodies of at least 117 migrants were washed ashore in the western Libyan city of Zwarah after their boat sank on the way to Europe, Libyan navy spokesman revealed on Friday.
Ayob Qasem said that the number is …Read more
TRIPOLI,-- The bodies of at least 85 migrants who drowned trying to cross the Mediterranean were found washed up on beaches in western Libya near the city of Zuwara, a Red Crescent official said.
Hundreds of migrants died in boat …Read more
VIENNA - OPEC is not yet in safe harbor. But ahead of a top-level meeting, the 13-nation oil cartel appears close to weathering the storm of slumping crude prices that threatened to bankrupt some members and called into question its …Read more
Tripoli, The Head of the Presidential Council of the Government of National Accord Fayez Al Saraj has highlighted the role of Russia in the keeping balance in international relations, and the distinguished relationship linking Libya and Russia, voicing hope that …Read more
TRIPOLI, -- Libyan security forces captured a second town from in as many days from the Daesh militant group, a spokesman said, pushing the militant group back toward its stronghold of Sirte and away from positions near major oil terminals.…Read more
Tripoli, The Presidential Council of the Government of National Accord has appointed Ahmed Al Sadeq Al Jhani as Libya's Representative at the International Criminal Court. A statement issued by the council said, 'the Council has assigned Al Jhani to follow …Read more