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Skhirat agreement: A wedding without a bride

The international community looks at Libya as a lake of oil or as a bundle of gold, but we, Libyans, look at Libya as a nation, a mother and a soil saturated with the blood of our children.

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Breish: LIA assets must remain frozen until a unity government is operational from Tripoli

"The Libyan Investment Authority's assets must remain frozen to safeguard them against the continued threat of misappropriation and corruption," Chairman and CEO of the authority said on Monday.  

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UN Sanctions Committee releases CBL funds

The UN Sanctions Committee has decided to release the frozen assets of the Central Bank of Libya deposited in three US banks.

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Ajdabia elders declare ceasefire

The elders and notables of Ajdabia have reached an agreement to declare a ceasefire, withdraw the militants out of the city, and remove checkpoints set up by civilians.

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CBL reviews 2015 budget

The Central Bank of Libya has issued its third report for 2015 reviewing the ways through which the 2015 budget has been implemented up until the end of November.

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Car accidents caused high death toll across Libya

204 citizens were killed and 319 others injured during the month of November due to traffic accidents, statics released by the Traffic Police have shown.

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Red Crescent warns of rising numbers of IDPs

The latest records of the displaced persons due to the ongoing armed conflict in Libya has hit a high number reaching more than 600 thousands, said the spokesperson of the Libyan Red Crescent, Mohammed Al-Musrati.

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Fatwa House: Skhirat agreement violates Sharia law, calls for Libyan-Libyan one

Sharia Studies and Research Council (SSRC) of the Fatwa House has called on both the General National Congress and Tobruk Parliament to announce to the public the formation of a Libyan national unity that will end the current di

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