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Libyan Foreign Minister calls on Arab states to support efforts for holding elections

The Libyan Foreign Minister Najla Al-Mangoush has called on Arab states, and Arab League to support the efforts of the United Nations to hold elections in Libya and prevail security as well as end transitional periods.

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HoR Speaker: Agreement with Head of HCS is verbal and can be ignored like several other deals

The Speaker of the House of Representatives (HoR), Aqila Saleh, said that the Head of the High Council of State (HCS) is excused for not knowing legal and constitutional aspects, as they are out of its specialities, saying the H

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EU's foreign service's military committee recommends Operation Irini to 2025

The foreign service's military committee of the European Union (EU) recommended in an internal memo to the ambassadors of member states in Brussels recommended that Operation Irini should remain until at least 31 March 2025 in l

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Authorities inaugurate project to open vital route in Tripoli

The Implementation of Housing and Utilities Projects agency said on Saturday that work is underway to open the track leading to the Third Ring Road in Tripoli.

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Elders of Tajoura voice rejection against PC-led reconciliation meetings

The Council of Elders and Notables of Tajoura has voiced its rejection of the outcomes of the recent reconciliation preparatory meetings supervised by the Presidential Council.

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Russian media: Haftar may transfer his powers to his son Saddam

A report by the Russian newspaper Nezavisimaya Gazeta has shed light on the Moscow- Libyan relations after the "Khalifa Haftar era," citing that the rogue military commander is considering transferring his authority to one of hi

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Aoun: Libya produces 25% of its oil derivatives

Minister Mohamed Aoun of Oil and Gas says that Libya imports most of its oil needs, as the Zawiya, Tobruk, and Sarir refineries produce only 20 to 25% of the total fuel consumption of the Libyan state.

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Al-Lafi responds to Dbeibah: Reconciliation isn't trade or political bargain

The deputy head of the Presidential Council, Abdullah Al-Lafi, responded to the Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah's verbal attack on the National Reconciliation Conference, which was held from January 8 to 12.

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