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Warlord Haftar is responsible for war crimes in Libya, a US court finds

The US Eastern District Court of Virginia issued Friday a default judgement against Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar after he refused to appear before the court to answer questions of the plaintiffs’ lawyers.

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Minister:  Oil fields and ports still closed, daily losses reach 60 million dollar

The Minister of Oil and Gas in the Government of National Unity said the country’s major oil fields and ports are still closed and negotiations for their reopening are ongoing.

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Spokesman: Parliament to hold session in Sirte to back Bashagha government

The spokesperson of the House of Representatives (HoR) Abdullah Belhiq said that parliament members agreed to hold a session in Sirte in support for the government of Fathi Bashagha.

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US Embassy: The ongoing oil shutdown could lead to more frequent electricity outages

The US Embassy in Libya has expressed its concern that the ongoing oil shutdown could lead to more frequent electricity outages for longer periods of time and higher electricity generation cost throughout the summer, confirming

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A new tanker joins state-owned shipping company's fleet

A new crude oil tanker joined the fleet of the General National Shipping Company on Friday within the second phase of the company's fleet development and modernization plan.

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UN adviser on Libya briefs German officials on Cairo meetings

The UN Secretary-General's Special Adviser on Libya Stephanie Williams has met in Berlin with Germany’s Minister of State Tobias Lindner and State Secretary Andreas Michaelis to brief them on the current situation in Libya, incl

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EU parliament member hails Libya coast guard

Member of the European Parliament from Italy’s Lega party Susanna Ceccardi said on Friday that the EU has finally realized the role of the Libyan Coast Guard and thus legitimized its activities.

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