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- Egypt’s Parliament Moves to Extend Presidential Term Limits
- FACT CHECK: Declaring Emergency for Wall Not So Ordinary
- US Military Denies Taking Part in Raid on Al-Qaida Site in Libya
- Desk Review of Shelter and NFI Studies in Libya (December 2018)
- Supreme Commander of Libyan Army appoints Chief of General Staff
TRIPOLI Libyan security arrested a senior terrorist leader of the pro-Qaeda Shura Council of Mujahideen of Darna in the city of Misurata, some 250 km east of the capital Tripoli.
A special security force of Misurata on Friday arrested Abdulgader …Read more
FOOD SECURITY SNAPSHOT
Political instability continues to affect agricultural production despite reported recovery in economic growth
Below average cereal crop harvested in 2018
People in need of assistance estimated at 0.8 million
Political instability continues to affect agricultural production
Planting …Read more
TRIPOLI� The World Health Organization (WHO) warned against repeated attacks on hospitals and medical workers in Libya.
The World Health Organization (WHO) warns of increasing attacks on health facilities and workers in both frequency and scale, WHO said in a …Read more
UNITED NATIONS The United Nations and the Libyan government launched a 202-million-U.S.-dollar fund drive for health support, shelter and education for more than 550,000 people, a spokesman for UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said.
The 2019 Humanitarian Response Plan for the …Read more
Egypt said Tuesday at least seven troops, including an officer, have been killed in clashes with militants in recent operations in restive northern Sinai Peninsula, where its security forces have been battling a long-running insurgency led by a local affiliate …Read more
Tripoli- GNA Economic Minister Ali Al Issawi yesterday met the British Ambassador Frank Baker to discuss economic exchange between Libya and the UK in all areas. Baker expressed, at the meeting held at the Government headquarters, his country’s preparedness to …Read more
TRIPOLI, The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday condemned an armed attack on a local hospital in the eastern Libyan city Benghazi.
"The WHO strongly condemns the armed attack occurred on Dec. 26 in Al Jala Hospital in Benghazi, which …Read more
GENEVA � New records by the International Organization for Migration find more than 6,600 Africans have died over the past five years, most while crossing the Sahara desert toward Europe. However, the study notes these numbers are just the tip …Read more