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Electricity Minister says 1bn is a must to provide proper services

The Minister of Electricity of the Salvation Government, Nouraddin Salem, has estimated Libya’s electrical shortage as about 1840 megawatts, saying that Libya needs a billion dollars to solve this upsetting crisis.

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Mitiqa Airport installs air navigation system

The spokesman of Mitiqa International Airport ‘Fawzi Al-Miladi’ said on Sunday that a sophisticated navigation system has been installed in the airport.

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Tuareg and Tabu agree to ceasefire in Sabha

Tabu and Tuarerg tribes in Sabha signed Sunday a reconciliation agreement that obliged them both to ceasefire after deadly weeks of bloodshed, killing, and damage in properties.

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Al-Zawiya Municipality blames coastal road unrest on Misrata counterpart

Al-Zawiya Municipality has held its counterpart from Misrata and some Misratan brigades responsible for the deterioration of security situations on the coastal road between Al-Zawiya and Tripoli. 

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Ex-regime followers to be sentenced Tuesday

The spokesperson of the Interrogation Bureau in the Office of the Attorney General, Abdulminem Al-Huni, said that Libyan Criminal Court is to announce sentences of 34 ex-regime accused followers next Tuesday, including Saif Al-I

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Misrata brigades split over UNSMIL draft

Sixty brigades from Misrata city have announced their utter rejection of the initializing of the UNSMIL draft in the absence of the General National Congress, reiterating their full commitment to Libya’s judiciary and the Suprem

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Libya to face Rwanda in WC 2018 qualifiers

The Libyan national team (Mediterranean Knights) have been drawn against Rwanda in the second round of African qualifications for FIFA World Cup Russia 2018. The draw was held in Saint Petersburg, Russia on Saturday.

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Beach volleyball tournament kicks off in Tripoli

Libya Open Beach Volleyball Tournament started Saturday on Al-Sindibad beach in Tripoli.

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