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Haftar forces almost fully control Libya’s Derna: LNA spokesman
The Libyan National Army (LNA), which is opposed to the country’s internationally-recognized government, says it is in the final stages of a battle to fully take the control of the city of Derna in eastern Libya.
SocGen agrees with France, US to end Libya probe
France's second-biggest bank Societe Generale says it has reached an agreement with US and French authorities to settle inquiries into its dealings in Libya.
Traffickers shoot dead 12 fleeing refugees in Libya: UN
The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) says people smugglers shot dead more than 12 refugees who were attempting to flee a camp in Libya last week.
Political rivals seek roadmap for lawless Libya
Libya's rival leaders have met in the French capital, Paris, to agree on a political roadmap in an effort to bring order to chaos gripping the North African country.
Over 100 refugees escape from Libya trafficking camp
More than 100 East African refugees have escaped from a camp in the Libyan town of Bani Walid where they were being held hostage and tortured, international agencies and local sources say.
Libya tribal clashes leave more than 31 dead
Fighting between rival tribes that has rocked a southern Libya town for weeks has killed more than 31 people since the beginning of May, a medical source said on Sunday.
Two killed as bomber targets checkpoint in eastern Libya
A bomber has attacked a checkpoint in eastern Libya held by militiamen loyal to military commander General Khalifa Haftar, killing at least two people, including a civilian.
US implementation of 'Libya model' in North Korea to fail: Analyst
The so-called “Libya model" for North Korea which the United States plans to use against Pyongyang is destined to fail, according to an independent analyst in London.
Libya's National Oil Corp signs deal with Artelia for new Benghazi offices
Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) said on Wednesday it had signed a deal with French building and engineering group Artelia to manage the development of its offices in the eastern city of Benghazi.
Libya still living with killings, torture, slave markets: UN
A UN rights report sheds light on the plight of Libyans seven year after a NATO-led military intervention there, saying rival armed groups in the North African state continue to kill and torture civilians with impunity, while Europe-bound refugees are still being bought and sold in “open slave markets.”
Libya oil field halted amid still-fragile recovery
A Libyan oil field halted production due to a labor dispute, underscoring the still-fragile nature of the North African country’s recovery from a domestic conflict.
Libya El Feel oil workers evacuated in guards' pay protest: source
Some workers at Libya’s El Feel oil field have been evacuated after guards withdrew in protest over pay, a local source from the town of Murzuq said on Wednesday.
Libya rescues 441 refugees off western coast
Libya's coastguard rescued 441 refugees in two separate operations as their boats drifted off the western coast, the navy and a doctor said on Tuesday.
At least 3 soldiers wounded in bomb attack in Libya’s Sirte
A car bomb has hit a military checkpoint east of the Libyan city of Sirte, wounding at least three soldiers and destroying military vehicles.
At least two killed, 75 wounded in Libya mosque blast
Twin bomb blasts have hit at a mosque in Libya's second city of Benghazi, killing at least two people and injuring 75 others.

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