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- Senior Political, Humanitarian Officials Warn of ‘Unimaginable’ Consequences in North-West Syria Unless Critical Players Exert Pressure on Belligerents
- Record displacement shows ‘we’re almost unable to make peace’, warns UN refugee agency chief
- Civilian casualties report from 1 February to 31 March 2019
- The Road to Nowhere (Part 2): Alaweiah
- DTM Libya: Ghat and Murzuq Update – 17 June 2019
Alaweiah was pregnant when she fled Sudan last year.
Her home in Darfur had been burned to the ground three times and her husband, Ahmed, decided they should try for a future in Europe. Now she lives in Tripoli among …Read more
Global problems require global solutions that rely on essential partnerships, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told the Security Council on Thursday, stating that our cooperation with the League of Arab States is pivotal.
Our two organizations share a common mission: …Read more
TRIPOLI, Libya� Libyan navy, on Saturday announced, rescuing 22 migrants of different African nationalities, off the country's western coast.
The migrants were rescued some 55 km off the coast of Sabratha city, some 70 km west of the capital Tripoli, …Read more
A note from Libya: Our humanitarian colleagues there are deeply concerned by the deaths of two more first responders in the line of duty yesterday, when two clearly marked armoured ambulance vehicles were struck by shelling in Tripoli. One doctor …Read more
The Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations continued its resumed session today, recommending 32 groups for special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council and deferring action on 52 others.
The 19-member Committee considers applications for consultative status and requests for …Read more
UNITED NATIONS� Top UN envoy for Libya, warned on Tuesday that, the Arab country is on the verge of civil war that could lead to permanent division.
The damage already done will take years to mend, and that's only if …Read more
On 19 May 2019, during late night hours, a water control station in the Jabal al-Hasawna � southwestern Libya, was deliberately shut down cutting off water supply from the Great ManMade River (GMMR) to Tripoli and some cities in the …Read more
Since the onset of hostilities in South Tripoli a large number of families have been displaced from their homes in search of safety and protection. As of 19 May, at least 15,645 families (approximately 78,225 individuals) have been identified …Read more