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Blasts, airstrikes rock Libyan capital amid fierce fighting
Several airstrikes and explosions have reportedly shaken the Libyan capital of Tripoli as fierce fighting continues between Libya’s UN-backed government troops and forces loyal to renegade general Khalifa Haftar.
Daesh attack leaves four Libyan soldiers dead
An attack on a checkpoint between the Libyan capital and the town of Zliten killed four soldiers of the UN-backed unity government on Thursday, the town's mayor said.
US weighing Libyan disarmament model for North Korea: Bolton
US President Donald Trump’s new national security adviser, John Bolton, says he is considering a “Libya model” to denuclearize North Korea, a model that Pyongyang has singled out in the past as a source of its distrust for Washington.
23 missing refugees likely dead off Libyan coast: IOM
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) says 21 refugees are unaccounted for and probably drowned as a wooden boat set sail from Libya towards Italy and had to be rescued.
Libyan coastguard intercepts nearly 300 migrants east of Tripoli
Libya’s coastguard intercepted 299 migrants from sub-Saharan African countries on two rubber boats east of Tripoli on Tuesday, officials said.
5 killed, 25 injured in rocket attack east of Libyan capital
A rocket hit a beach in Tripoli killing five people, including at least one child, and wounding 25 others, the Libyan Health Ministry said.
Internationally-backed Libyan forces attack Daesh positions in Sirte
Libyan forces have launched a fresh offensive against Daesh positions in the Mediterranean port city of Sirte.
Forces loyal to Libyan general capture oil terminals
Forces loyal to Libya’s powerful general, Khalifa Haftar, who is opposed to the country’s UN-backed government, have seized control of two key oil terminals in the north.
Libyan forces preparing to fully retake Sirte from Daesh
Forces loyal to the Libyan unity government say they are preparing for a final “decisive” push to fully liberate the Daesh-held city of Sirte, in a months-long operation which has seen hundreds of troops dead.
Libyan health crisis sharpens as resources dwindle
Unable to get specialist care for his six-year-old daughter in Libya or a visa for treatment abroad, Abdulhakim Shaybi bought a motor boat and set off with her last month across the Mediterranean.
Libyan forces advance against Daesh in Sirte
Forces loyal to Libya’s unity government have tightened the noose around Daesh terrorists in the northern port city of Sirte, advancing further into the Takfiri group’s stronghold.
133 refugee bodies found on Libyan coast: Red Cross
The Libyan Red Cross says the bodies of 133 refugees, including five children, have been washed up on Libya’s western coast in recent days.
World powers ready to arm Libyan government: statement
The United States and other world powers have voiced readiness to supply weapons to Libya's internationally-recognized government to counter militants and rivals.
Libyan govt. to be installed in Tripoli within days: UN
The head of the UN mission in Libya says the North African country’s new unity government will be installed in the capital Tripoli within days.
Libyan police save two Italian hostages
Libyan police have secured the release of two Italian hostages who had been kidnapped last July by Daesh Takfiri militants.

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