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  1. Libya's state-run oil company warns against major oil field closureRead the original story

    Yesterday | Xinhuanet

    Libya's state-owned National Oil Corporation on Saturday warned against the closure of Sharara oil field forced by protesters, saying it will harm economy. "National Oil Corporation condemns the actions of the Al-Sharara oil field Petroleum Facilities Guard , which this morning facilitated a protest at the field and threatened employees to shut down production.

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  2. Libyan election commission says has 'zero' budget to prepare pollsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 6 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Libya's electoral commission has asked the government for US$28.7 million, saying that without funding to boost its "zero" budget it cannot make plans to prepare for a vote on a new constitution and later elections. Emad Al-Sayah, Chairman of Libya's High National Election Commission , speaks during a news conference in Tripoli, Libya December 6, 2018.

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  3. Libyan election commission says needs budget for February constitution voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 6 | Reuters

    Libya's electoral commission has asked the government for $28.7 million, saying the funding is needed to boost its "zero" budget to organize a vote on a new constitution as early as February. Emad Al-Sayah, Chairman of Libya's High National Election Commission , speaks during a news conference in Tripoli, Libya December 6, 2018.

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  4. Texan leads way for American companies to help rebuild LibyaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 3 | Washington Times

    A Libyan waves the national flag during commemorations to mark the second anniversary of the revolution that ousted Moammar Gadhafi in Benghazi, Libya, Friday, Feb, 15, 2013. more > BEIDA, Libya - Civil war, weak to nonexistent government authority, an Islamic State insurgency and waves of African refugees bound for Europe have made this country one of the most unstable in the world.

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  5. UN deplores ongoing reports of targeted killings in Libyan capitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 1 | Newkerala.com

    Tripoli, Nov 30 : The United Nations mission to Libya is continuing to receive reports of armed groups carrying out targeted killings in Tripoli, a "completely unacceptable" phenomenon that has escalated in recent weeks, UNSMIL said in a statement late on Thursday. "UNSMIL continues to receive reports of armed groups carrying out extrajudicial killings in Tripoli, a phenomenon that has been on the rise over the past few weeks," said the statement.

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  6. Is Libya Finally Ready for Peace?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 30 | Foreign Affairs

    Pity Libyans for the pageantry of their international summits . Over the years, at palaces, resorts, and hotels across several continents, the country's factional leaders have met, shepherded by earnest-looking Western ministers and heads of state.

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  7. Libyan Sufis celebrate Prophet's birthday despite security fearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 20 | Reuters

    Hundreds of Libyan Sufis packed the narrow streets of Tripoli's walled old city to celebrate the Prophet Mohammad's birthday on Tuesday, chanting hymns to the beat of drums and cymbals. Libyan Sufi Muslims chant and beat drums during a procession to commemorate Prophet Mohammad's birthday, also known as Mawlid, in the old city of the Libyan capital Tripoli, Libya November 20, 2018.

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  8. A Group Of Migrants Was Rescued At Sea. Now, They Refuse To Leave The Ship - Here's WhyRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 20 | The Daily Caller

    A large group of migrants is refusing to disembark from a cargo ship because they say they are afraid they will be tortured, abused or trafficked in the hands of Libyan authorities. Seventy-seven migrants refused to get off of the cargo ship that saved them as they drifted in the Mediterranean Sea, transporting them on Nov. 10 to Misrata, a coastal Libyan city near Tripoli, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday .

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  9. Exclusive: Libya sees currency stabilizing next year, squeezing militiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 20 | Reuters

    Libya expects to end a long-running liquidity crisis by early 2019 as a foreign currency tax helps the official and black market exchange rates converge at less than 3 dinars to the dollar, the Tripoli-based deputy prime minister said. FILE PHOTO: Libyan people gather in front of a counter in a bank to buy foreign currency in Misrata, Libya October 28, 2018.

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  10. Palermo Conference on LibyaRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 15 | Holtville Tribune

    The United States welcomes the conclusions announced by the Government of Italy following the November 12-13 conference on Libya in Palermo, which brought Libyan and international leaders together to advance our shared goal of helping Libya's institutions break their political deadlock and ensure a secure and prosperous future for all Libyans. We strongly support UN Special Representative of the Secretary-General Ghassan SalamA and the recalibrated UN Action Plan he presented to the Security Council on November 8, which calls for a Libyan-led National Conference to be held in the first weeks of 2019 and the subsequent electoral process to begin in the spring of 2019.

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  11. Conference on Libya reassures UN over chances of new transition planRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 14 | Xinhuanet

    A two-day international conference on the Libyan crisis in the southern city of Palermo closed on Tuesday, registering a positive climate among Libyan parties involved, according to the Italian authorities and the United Nations. UN Special Envoy for Libya Ghassan Salame said the talks helped him feel "reassured" about the prospects of a new UN transition plan, which calls for a national conference in Libya at the beginning of 2019 to outline a path toward elections.

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  12. UN heartened by Libya commitments ahead of 2019 conferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | NewsOn6 Tulsa

    The U.N. envoy for Libya said Tuesday he was encouraged by support from Libyan factions and the international community for a national conference planned for early 2019 to chart a path to greater stability and elections in the lawless country. Ghassan Salame praised the "louder sound of unity" among key regional players and "a much higher level of conviviality" between Libyan rivals that he sensed during a two-day meeting in Sicily.

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  13. Haftar Refuses to Join Libyan Talks in ItalyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | Al Bawaba

    Eastern Libyan strongman Khalifa Haftar said on Tuesday he will not join other key players at Palermo talks to try to stabilise the North African nation, casting a shadow over the latest international bid to kick-start a long-stalled political process and trigger elections. Haftar arrived in Palermo from his Benghazi stronghold on Monday evening after days of doubts over his crucial presence, but did not attend a working dinner with other leaders.

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  14. Libyan conference in Italy closes with "encouraging signals" for stabilizationRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 13 | Xinhuanet

    UN Special Envoy for Libya Ghassan Salame and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte attend a press conference after the second day of the Conference for Libya in Palermo, Italy, on Nov. 13, 2018. A two-day Conference for Libya kicked off in Italy's southern city of Palermo late Monday, drawing key Libyan and international actors in an effort to support a fresh United Nations' stabilization plan.

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  15. Turkey walkout deals fresh blow to Italy's Libya talksRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | Times of Oman

    Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, centre, posing with from left, Italian Foreign Minister, Enzo Moavero Milanesi, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, head of the UN-backed unity government in Tripoli, Prime Minister Fayez AlSarraj, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi, Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi, self-proclaimed Libyan National Army Chief of Staff, Khalifa Haftar, Algerian Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia, EU President Donald Tusk and UN Special Envoy for Libya Ghassan Salame during their meeting on the sidelines of an international conference on Libya in Palermo, November 13, 2018.

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  16. UN heartened by Libya commitments ahead of 2019 conference Source: APRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | WSB-TV

    The U.N. envoy for Libya said Tuesday he was encouraged by support from Libyan factions and the international community for a national conference planned for early 2019 to chart a path to greater stability and elections in the lawless country. Ghassan Salame praised the "louder sound of unity" among key regional players and "a much higher level of conviviality" between Libyan rivals that he sensed during a two-day meeting in Sicily.

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  17. Rival Libya leaders meet for first time since MayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Libya's two main rival leaders met on Tuesday for the first time in more than five months, as Italy hosted a conference seeking to reconcile the country's rulers a week after the United Nations shelved plans to hold an election next month. FILE PHOTO: Khalifa Haftar, the military commander who dominates eastern Libya, arrives to attend an international conference on Libya at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, May 29, 2018.

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  18. Haftar hints at peace with rival until election in LibyaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | Al Jazeera

    Renegade General Khalifa Haftar is believed to have extended an olive branch to the rival United Nations -backed government of Fayez al-Serraj, saying he will not seek to topple the Tripoli executive until new elections are held in divided Libya. Despite Haftar having said he would not participate in the conference, photos released by the Italian government on Tuesday showed him with Serraj and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte embracing and smiling in a three-way handshake.

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  19. UPDATE 2-Rival Libya leaders meet for first time since MayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | Reuters

    Libya's two main rival leaders met for the first time in more than five months and the prime minister backed a U.N. plan for an election next year, as Italy hosted a reconciliation conference a week after a vote was shelved for next month. President of Libya High Council of State Khaled Al-Mishri, Libya's Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj and Italy's Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte pose for a family photo during the second day of the international conference on Libya in Palermo, Italy, November 13, 2018.

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  20. Leaders meet in Italy to find settlement in LibyaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 12 | Stars and Stripes

    Representatives of Libya's quarrelling factions and of countries keen on stabilizing the North African nation started meetings in Sicily Monday, as Italy encourages a political settlement that could bolster the fight against Islamic militants and stop illegal migrants from crossing the Mediterranean to Europe's southern shores. Italy's anti-migrant populist government organized the two-day conference in Palermo with an eye to making progress on a long-elusive goal of ending years of lawlessness in Libya.

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