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Armed group blocks key oil field in Libya
An armed group has seized one of Libya's largest oilfields in the country's southwest, the state-owned National Oil Corporation says.
Oil dividend could turn Libya into North Africa’s Norway
As Libyan oil production surges, the country has been noted for having some of the most important oil reserves in the world in terms of quality.
Dozens of bodies found in mass grave in western Libya
Libyan officials say a mass grave containing 75 bodies has been found near Sirte, the former bastion of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group in the North African country.
UN envoy says hard to hold Libya elections in December
The UN envoy to Libya told AFP that it will be difficult to hold elections as hoped on December 10, following a new wave of fighting in the North African nation.
Libya declares state of emergency in Tripoli amid deadly clashes
Libya’s internationally-recognized government has announced a state of emergency in the capital, Tripoli, and its outskirts, which have been the scene of deadly clashes between rival militia groups over the past week.
UN chief condemns escalating violence in Libya
United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Saturday called for an end to violence in Libya in accordance with a UN-brokered cease-fire agreement.
Italy threatens to send stranded refugees ‘back to Libya’
Italy's far-right interior minister threatened Sunday to send "back to Libya" nearly 180 people stranded for three days on an Italian coastguard ship if the EU did not step in to resolve another refugee row with Malta.
Libya rejects EU plan for migrant centers on its territory
Libya rejects a European Union plan to establish migrant centers there to stop asylum seekers arriving in Western Europe and it will not be swayed by financial inducements, Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj said.
Gunmen kidnap 4 oil engineers in southern Libya
Gunmen have attacked an oilfield in southern Libya, abducting four engineers, including three Libyans and a Romanian national.
Libya to resume oil exports from east
Libya’s National Oil Corporation has announced that the country is resuming oil exports from four terminals in the eastern oil crescent.
3 babies die, 100 people go missing after refugee boat sinks off Libya
Three babies have died in an incident where a boat transporting more than 100 refugees capsized off the coast of Libya, according to survivors and the coast guard.
Libya's Government of National Accord says there is only one legitimate oil company
The UN-backed government in Libya has warned that any attempt by a rival administration in the east to export oil independently will be thwarted.
Libya’s Haftar forces say recaptured two key oil export terminals
Forces loyal to Libya’s military strongman general Khalifa Haftar say they have managed to recapture two main oil export terminals in the northeast of the country from rival militia forces.
East Libyan forces advance rapidly to retake key oil ports
East Libyan forces said on Thursday they had retaken the shuttered oil ports of Es Sider and Ras Lanuf, where the head of Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) said he hoped operations would resume in a “couple of days”.
Libya oil output cut by half due to fierce fighting
A series of fierce clashes between rival armed groups in eastern Libya's key oil export ports has caused output to drop by nearly half, the head of Libya’s National Oil Company (NOC) says.

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