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United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UN-geführt)
EU Border Assistance Mission in Libya (EU)
Beginn: 05/13Zum Einsatz
In Benghazi, Libya's army liberates a ghost town (21.10.2014)
The Benghazi clashes involving warplanes, tanks and artillery were among the worst since 2011. The violence has reinforced Western fears that Libya may be sliding into civil war as rival former rebel groups who helped topple Gaddafi use their heavy weaponry to carve out fiefdoms.
Libya violence: Western powers urge cessation (19.10.2014)
The US and four European allies - Britain, France, Germany and Italy - have called for an immediate end to the fighting in Libya. In a statement, they said there was "no military solution" to the crisis.
Libya's Benghazi sees battles for control (16.10.2014)
Forces loyal to Khalifa Haftar, a former Libyan general, have relaunched a bid to reclaim Libya’s second city Benghazi from Islamist fighters, amid reports of assistance from Egypt and support from Libya’s recognised government.
The UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, has called for peace in Libya during a surprise visit to Tripoli as part of a UN-brokered reconciliation process. On his first visit since 2011, when Col Muammar Gaddafi was ousted, he told MPs meeting at a hotel in the city there was "no alternative to...
Libyan parliament rivals hold first UN-backed talks (29.09.2014)
Representatives from rival factions in Libya's new parliament have held UN-brokered talks for the first time in the western oasis town of Ghadames.
UN says Libya's rival groups agree to hold talks (22.09.2014)
Libya's rival groups have agreed to hold talks later this month, the first such negotiations since the latest surge in violence that left the country torn between two parliaments and governments, the United Nations mission in Libya said.
Libya meeting rejects military intervention (18.09.2014)
Libya's struggling elected government and representatives of 15 neighbouring nations have unanimously rejected the idea of military intervention as a way to restore stability in the oil-rich North African nation, which some say is on the brink of civil war.