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The dialogue draft, will it end the war or will it start another?

In 1807, Napoleon Bonaparte occupied Portugal and Spain, which paved the way for the Peninsular War, one of the first national wars in Europe that ended with the French troops losing and withdrawing later in 1814.

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Janzour Security says road between Tripoli and Al-Zawiya unsafe

The coastal road between Tripoli and Al-Zawiya is not secure, the Director of Janzour Security, Colonel Mohamed Ashour, declared, calling on the passers-by and travelers to Tunisia to take care while driving on the road.

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GNC decries abduction of Italian workers

The GNC Committee of Defense and Security has denounced the kidnapping of the four Italian workers as they were on their way to work in Mellitah Oil and Gas.

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GNC reviews UNSMIL draft

The Political Committee of GNC called Monday for taking into account the congress amendments to the UNSMIL draft agreement.

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Indian nurse injured by random rocket while on duty

An Indian nurse has been injured in Benghazi Medical Center (BMC) as a rocket hit the kidney diseases department in the center Sunday.

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Fresh fighting rages in south as Tabu-Tuareq ceasefire broken

A ceasefire agreement, reached by Tabu and Tuareq tribes in Sabha, has been broken on Monday; days after both tribes agreed to end the conflict in the city.

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Tribes Army releases hostage, kills his companions

The so-called Tribes Army located in Sayad region, Wirshiffana, released Sunday a hostage, days after being kidnapped along with two other companions. 

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Libya ordered to pay €38 million to Belgium's GSDT

A Belgian court has ordered Libya to pay millions of euros in compensation for Global Sustainable Development Trust (GSDT), formerly headed by Prince Laurent, the younger brother of Belgian King, Philippe.

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