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Libya receives Italian invitation to take part in international shooting championship

The Libyan Shooting Federation has received an invitation from its Italian counterpart to participate in the (Green Cup) International Shooting Championship.

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Menfi reviews political developments in Libya with Italian PM

The Head of the Presidential Council, Muhammad Menfi, reviewed with the Italian Prime Minister, Georgia Meloni, on Saturday Libya's political roadmap and ways to advance toward the elections in coordination with the United Natio

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Malta grants oil company exploration rights in contested maritime area with Italy and Libya

Albion Energy has been granted an exploration licence by the Maltese government to carry out geological studies in two contested areas to the southeast of the islands.

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OCHA sheds light on UN efforts to improve humanitarian situation in Libya

The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said in a report that the humanitarian situation in Libya in 2022 continued to improve despite the challenging political and security environment, adding that the contin

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Libya's NOC and Italy's Eni sign $8 billion gas deal

Libya and Italy signed on Saturday an 25-year-long agreement worth $8 billion so that Libya would supply Italy with gas to boost energy supplies to Europe, which have declined due to the war in Ukraine.

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Libyan PM in joint presser with Italy's PM: Stability leads to elections

The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah said that stability can end the transitional periods and lead to fair and inclusive national elections, adding in a joint press conference with visiting Italian Prime Minister Georgi

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Libyan parliament condemns burning of Holy Quran by an extremist in Sweden

The Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives (HoR) has denounced the burning the Quran by an extremist in the Swedish capital, Stockholm, in front of the Turkish embassy.

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Libyan Fatwa House calls on Muslims to boycott Sweden and Netherlands

The Libyan Fatwa House has called on Muslim countries to freeze their diplomatic ties with Sweden and the Netherlands after a group of extremists from these states set fire to a copy of the holy Quran.

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