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Martin Kobler: Presidency Council is protected by militias

The UN envoy to Libya Martin Kobler has declared that the Presidency Council, which was picked by the UN mission, is protected by militia groups.

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Swimming on Tripoli's beaches can be risky

Environment Protection Association warned about swimming on Tripoli’s beaches after reports about sea water samples were proven contaminated.

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Gaddafi's henchmen found in Britain with millions stolen from Libya

Three Libyan Gaddafi’s henchmen have been found living in Britain with millions they stole from Libya on their way out at the time of February revolution back in 2011, BuzzFeed News reported on Tuesday.

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Al-Ahli loses 0-1 against Al-Najem Al-Sahli, exits CAF Confederation Cup

Tripoli-based Al-Ahli lost the chance to qualify for the semifinals of the CAF Confederation Cup after it lost against the Tunisian Al-Najem Al-Sahli 0-1 on Tuesday as part of the fourth round matches of the second group at Zuei

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Al-Nadori warns oil vessels of entering Libyan territorial waters without permit

The Chief of the General Staff of the Tobruk-based House of Representatives’ army, Abdulraziq Al-Nadori, warned foreign oil vessels of entering the Libyan territorial waters without obtaining a permit, adding that if any of them

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Militiaman Jodran and other corrupt people may face ICC trial

A complaint against 4 corrupt people has been filed to the International Criminal Court, the Libyan American Public Affairs Council (LAPAC) has reported.

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Libya chooses Egyptian stadiums for 2018 Russia World Cup qualifiers

The Libyan Football Federation officially decided to use Egyptian stadiums for the three qualifiers matches of the national team for 2018 Russia World Cup.

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Ras Ajdair border shut for 12 hours after clashes and gunshots last night

Libyan-Tunisian Ras Ajdair border saw clashes and fire exchange between armed men affiliated with Libya Shield, Western Region, in Jamal Al-Gayeb brigade, which was recently appointed in charge of the border, and a number of the

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