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EU agrees new naval mission to monitor arms embargo in Libya

European Union foreign ministers on Monday, February 17 agreed to a naval operation to enforce an arms embargo on war-torn Libya, overcoming objections from countries who feared it may encourage new migrant flows. The mission will be…

UNMAS: Threat of unexploded bombs is rising in Libya

The threat posed by unexploded bombs is rising exponentially in wartorn Libya, experts have warned, with the use of banned cluster weapons a source of particular concern. The UN’s Mine Action Service (Unmas) said that even parts of the…

US warns of possible outbreak of clashes in Libya

The United States embassy in Libya said ambassador Richard Norland had noted with concern credible reports that significant military actions were being contemplated by forces affiliated with both Government of National Accord and Khalifa…

Libya has lost $1 billion in two weeks of oil blockade

The state-owned Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) on Friday said that the suspension of oil exports due to closure of oil fields and ports has caused a loss of more than 1 billion U.S. dollars so far. The country's daily oil…

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