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  • Kidnappers of Tunisian Diplomat in Libya Identified – Minister

    Kidnappers of Tunisian diplomat in Libya Laroussi Kontassi were identified, Minister of Foreign Affairs Mongi Hamdi told a private radio station on Friday. The kidnappers would be tied to a Libyan terrorist group some elements of whom were jailed in Tunisia after an attack on security forces three years ago. They demand the release of

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  • JORDAN TELLS LIBYA TO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR KIDNAPPED AMBASSADOR

    AMMAN, April 18– The Senate and the Lower House of Parliament called on the Libyan government to shoulder its responsibilities fully to preserve the life of Jordan’s Ambassador to Libya Fawaz Al Aitan and said it holds any party directly or indirectly linked to his kidnapping fully responsible for his safety. In a statement issued

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  • Counsellor to Tunisian Embassy in Tripoli Reported Missing

    A counsellor to Tunisia’s Embassy in Tripoli was reported missing, an official source at the Foreign Ministry told TAP on Thursday. Laroussi Kontassi, Counsellor to the Tunisian Embassy in the Libyan capital, “went missing since Tuesday morning,” the same source added. Attempts to contact the embassy staffer failed and “no on has claimed responsibility for

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  • UN Warns Against Escalation of Violence in Libya

    The UN Mission to Libya (UNSMIL) has warned that the escalation of violence had negative impacts on the country’s reputation and economic development. This was coming following the kidnapping on Tuesday in Tripoli of the Jordanian ambassador, Faouzi al-Aytan. UN said on Thursday that it would continue to work with the Libyan authorities and other

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  • Libya Faces Wave of Illegal Immigrants

    Libyan naval forces in the last week intercepted hundreds of illegal African migrants on boats bound for Europe. Forty-seven harragas from Niger, Ghana and Senegal, including five women, were rescued last Thursday (April 10th) by a tugboat from al-Bouri oilfield 100 nautical miles off shore, according to Mohamed al-Bati, the vice-chairman of marine operations at

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  • SECURITY COUNCIL PRESS STATEMENT ON LIBYA

    NEW YORK, April 16, 2014 – The following Security Council press statement was issued today by Council President U. Joy Ogwu ( Nigeria): The members of the Security Council condemned in the strongest terms the attack against the Jordanian diplomatic convoy in Tripoli, Libya, on 15 April, which resulted in the abduction of the Jordanian

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