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September 06

  • Libya: Libya Expels Sudanese Diplomat Over Allegations of Supporting Militias

    Sudan Tribune

    The Libyan government ordered the Sudanese military attaché to leave the country, amid accusations by Tripoli about the involvement of Khartoum in supporting some of the... Read more »

  • Libya: Libya's Fate Difficult to Predict, Analysts Say

    VOA

    As Libya slides deeper into political and military chaos, uncertainty reigns and analysts say it's difficult to predict next moves. Read more »



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September 02

  • Libya: Libyan Health Care On Life Support [analysis]

    IRIN

    The political chaos and unrest in Libya is taking a serious toll on health services, with the departure of medical staff and humanitarian agencies increasing the strain on health... Read more »

  • Libya: Who's Fighting Whom?

    Deutsche Welle

    With violence and chaos raging in Libya, dozens of militias are fighting for control of the country. But what are their objectives, and who's supplying them with funds? Read more »

  • Libya: Libya Chaos Forces Flight Cancellations

    Magharebia

    Tunisia halted all flights to Libya late last month as Islamist militias took over Tripoli International Airport and jeopardised operations at other locales across the strife-torn... Read more »



September 01

  • Libya: Militias Seize Tripoli Govt Offices

    Deutsche Welle

    Ministry and state offices in Tripoli have been seized by armed militias. The loss of control comes just days after the country's interim government resigned, following the... Read more »



August 29

  • Egypt: Generals Drawn Out By Libyan Islamist Threat [analysis]

    African Arguments

    For decades, Egypt has felt like a world unto itself. The state's preoccupations were internal: containing protests and arresting its critics and alleged terrorists. National... Read more »

  • Libya: Govt Resigns After Islamists Restart Congress

    Deutsche Welle

    Libya's interim government has announced its resignation days after a rival Islamist administration was created. The international community has become increasingly concerned at... Read more »

  • Libya: Libyans Rejoice Over UN Resolution

    Magharebia

    Libyans hail the United Nations' move aimed at ending the violence in their country. Read more »

  • Libya: Eyes of World Turn to Libya

    Magharebia

    Libya is no longer just a local problem. Alarms sound from Egypt to New York about the international threat emanating from a country torn asunder. Read more »

  • Egypt: Sisi Stresses Respect for Libya's Internal Affairs

    Egypt Online

    President Abdel Fattah El Sisi expressed respect Thursday for the internal affairs of Libya, asserting that Egypt refrains itself from intervention in the Arab neighbor. Read more »

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