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UAE pouring arms, military supplies into war-ravaged Libya despite UN arms embargo: Report
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is pouring arms and military supplies into Libya despite a United Nations arms embargo against the war-ravaged country, a report says.
Merkel meets Libyan military commander Haftar
German Chancellor Angela Merkel met Libyan military commander Khalifa Haftar in Berlin on Tuesday in a bid to advance efforts to secure a lasting cease-fire in Libya.
President Assad says anti-terror war not limited to Syria, Libya
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says the war against terrorism is not restricted to Syria or Libya and the endeavor will determine the fate of the region.
Libya’s rival government says force cannot end blockade on eastern oil fields
Libya’s eastern-based rival government says a blockade on oil ports and fields in the country’s east was imposed based on a “popular decision,” and that the internationally recognized Government of National Accord (GNA) could not force eastern tribesmen to put an end to it.
UN says Libya’s warring sides propose ceasefire proposal in Geneva
The warring sides in Libya have proposed a draft agreement for ceasefire that could turn a frequently-violated fragile truce into a lasting deal and would see the United Nations monitor the safe return of the displaced people in the country, the UN says.
UN says Libya cease-fire talks back on track in Geneva
The United Nations said on Friday cease-fire talks were back on track between the forces fighting over Libya’s capital, days after the internationally recognized government pulled out of the negotiations as its foes shelled Tripoli’s port.
Libya rebels claim to have ‘destroyed’ Turkish cargo ship in Tripoli
Armed rebels under the command of renegade general Khalifa Haftar in Libya claim they have destroyed a Turkish cargo ship carrying ammunition and weapons at the port of Tripoli.
Libya arms embargo a 'joke', says UN official
Violations of an arms embargo in Libya have become a joke and it is imperative that those who breach it are held to account, a senior UN official said on Sunday.
Libya faces financial crisis due to oil blockade: PM
Libya will face a financial crisis and a budget deficit in 2020 because of a blockade of oil terminals and oil fields by groups loyal to eastern-based commander Khalifa Haftar, the head of Libya's internationally recognized government said.
UN censures ban by Haftar loyalists on flights to, from Libya
Forces loyal to Libya’s Khalifa Haftar have blocked UN flights to and from the country, in a move condemned by the United Nations, which has also warned of “severe consequences" to its humanitarian efforts.
UN-brokered Libya talks end with no formal cease-fire deal
Libya’s warring sides ended several days of UN-brokered talks without reaching a deal to consolidate a provisional cease-fire in and around the capital, the UN said.
UN envoy hopes for Libya talks to stem foreign arms inflow
The UN's special representative for Libya expressed hope for cease-fire talks between Libyan warring sides to hammer out a deal that can convince foreign powers to stop pouring in weapons and breaking an international arms embargo.
France condemns Turkey for ‘violating Berlin agreement on Libya’
French President Emmanuel Macron has lambasted his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, for sending warships and “mercenaries” to crisis-hit Libya, stressing that Ankara is breaching an agreement reached at a summit in Berlin earlier this month to halt foreign interference in the North African country.
Libya’s government forces shoot down rebels’ Emirati-supplied drone
Libyan government forces have shot down an Emirati-supplied drone operated by rebel forces in western Libya.
Libya conflict to go on as long as arms pouring into country: Analyst
Several multinational meetings have recently been held to negotiate a way out of years of conflict in Libya; none of them, however, has culminated in an agreement or a solution. According to a political analyst, as long as the rival groups are being provided with weapons, there would be no end to the conflict in the North African country.

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