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United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UN-geführt)
European Union Border Assistance Mission in Libya (EU)
Beginn: 05/13Zum Einsatz
European Union Naval Force Mediterranean (EU)
New UN Libya envoy makes security his priority (17.11.2015)
Veteran German diplomat Martin Kobler took up his new job as UN special envoy for Libya Tuesday, saying security will be his priority as he presses a faltering peace deal. Kobler said he was "full of hope and determination" as he took over the position of head of the United Nations Support Mission...
All sides in Libya's conflict are committing breaches of international law that may amount to war crimes, including abductions, torture and the killing of civilians, the United Nations said on Monday.
ISIS leader in Libya is targeted in U.S. airstrike (14.11.2015)
The United States has broadened its fight against the Islamic State, targeting the group’s senior leader in Libya on Friday night, the Pentagon announced on Saturday.
The United Arab Emirates was shipping weapons to favored belligerents in Libya over the summer in violation of an international arms embargo while simultaneously offering a highly paid job to the United Nations diplomat drafting a peace accord there, leaked Emirati emails show.
Without a lasting deal on a national unity government, militias rallying around the rival factions vying for control of Libya could eventually spark a civil war. The Tobruk-based House of Representatives (HoR) and Tripoli-based General National Congress (GNC) continue to reject a United...
Concerned over Libya's ongoing political, security and institutional crises and the rising threat of terrorism, the United Nations Security Council today urged all Libyan stakeholders to endorse and sign the recent UN-facilitated political deal and to move swiftly towards forming a Government of...
The United Nations special representative in Libya spent the summer negotiating a £35,000-a-month job with a Gulf state that supports one side in the civil war he was trying to end, the Guardian can reveal.