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  • LYBIA: French Total plans to increase its investments in Libya’s oil industry.

SOURCE: OIL PRICE

 

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  • LIBYA: The United States has looked to increase the pace of cooperation with Egypt to control some of the main joints in the eastern region of Libya, where oil is abundant. Washington’s increased involvement is linked to American reports on the influx of foreign mercenaries in Libya and wariness about Russia’s growing proximity to the oil crescent area.  Egypt has for many years been closer to Moscow than Washington in dealing with the Libyan crisis.

SOURCE: THE ARABWEEKLY

 

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  • LIBYA: Turkey will continue to support Libya’s government with training, consultation, and other support, Turkey’s National Defense Ministry said. It added that an agreement signed “determining the maritime jurisdictional zones between Turkey and Libya registered by the UN” its case for claiming its fair share of energy resources in the Eastern Mediterranean, against Greece’s maximalist claims flouting international law.

SOURCE: YENISAFAK

 

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  • Just as in Lebanon and Iraq, civil war-torn Libya is also experiencing a wave of protests against corruption and undignified living conditions. For weeks now, predominantly young people have been joining street protests in various towns and cities across the country. Demonstrators are not only contending with domestic opponents. Libya also finds itself increasingly under the influence of foreign players.

SOURCE: QANTARA DE

 

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  • After days of protests against corruption and poor living conditions, the interin government in eastern Libya announced its resignation. Libya is a country that has seen rival governments in the east and west since long-time dictator Moammar Gadhafi was overthrown in 2011.

SOURCE: DW

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  • LIBYA: Libyans carrying green flags and pictures of Gaddafi and his sons gathered last in a number of cities and villages in the northwestern and southern part of the country to celebrate the 51st anniversary of the “Al-Fateh Revolution” the event that brought the late leader Muammar Gaddafi to power in 1969.

SOURCE: ALMASDAR NEWS

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  • LIBYA: Supporters of the Gaddafi family have once again gathered in Sirte, the birthplace of the former president, Muammar, to show their support for them amid ongoing turmoil between the two largest political blocs in Libya.

SOURCE: ALMASDAR NEWS

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  • Libya’s UN supported government announced a cease-fire across the oil-rich country and called for demilitarizing the strategic city of Sirte. The development could mark a breakthrough following international pressure amid rising fear of a new escalation in the chaotic proxy war as rival sides mobilize for a battle over Sirte.

SOURCE: HINDUSTAN TIMES

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  • The Egyptian parliament approved sending of troops to neighboring Libya in the war against the Muslim Brotherhood, which the Egyptian government considers a terrorist organization. The Muslim Brotherhood was almost exterminated in Syria and depopulated in Egypt.

SOURCE: GEOPOLITIC NEWS https://geopolitics.news/africa/the-end-of-the-muslim-brotherhood/


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  • Egypt‘s parliament approves troop deployment in Libya. The move could bring Egypt and Turkey, who support rival sides in Libya‘s proxy war, into direct confrontation.

SOURCE: DW                                   https://www.dw.com/en/egypts-parliament-approves-troop-deployment-in-libya/a-54247567


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