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UNSMIL

United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UN-geführt)
Beginn: 10/11

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EUBAM Libya

EU Border Assistance Mission in Libya (EU)

Beginn: 05/13

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What next for Libya? (29.01.2015)

In a 27 January attack claimed by IS, gunmen stormed a luxury Tripoli hotel popular with UN officials and diplomats, killing at least nine people, among them five foreigners. It was the deadliest in a series of incidents, which suggest that IS supporters in Libya are growing more assertive as the...

Amnesty calls for UN sanctions, war crimes probe in Libya (29.01.2015)

Rights group Amnesty International called on Wednesday for targeted U.N. sanctions and investigations into possible war crimes in Libya to end a cycle of abductions and summary killings by rival armed factions.

Parties agree ‘in principle’ to move UN-mediated political talks to Libya (29.01.2015)

Participants in the United Nations-facilitated Libyan political dialogue in discussions in Geneva this week have agreed “on the principle” of convening future dialogue sessions in Libya, provided that logistical and security conditions are available.

Libyan rival parliament suspends UN talks (22.01.2015)

Opposition assembly suspends UN-sponsored peace talks after blaming rival government for fresh violence.Read full article: Al Jazeera (01/22)

UN Mission welcomes ceasefire announcements, commitment to dialogue process (18.01.2015)

Three days after the end of the first round of talks under the Libyan political dialogue process, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) has today welcomed the unilateral announcements by the parties in Libya of a ceasefire in order to resolve the conflict peacefully through dialogue...

UN Mission welcomes ceasefire announcements, commitment to dialogue process (18.01.2015)

Three days after the end of the first round of talks under the Libyan political dialogue process, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) has today welcomed the unilateral announcements by the parties in Libya of a ceasefire in order to resolve the conflict peacefully through dialogue...

Libya talks start in Geneva, UN aims for unity government deal (14.01.2015)

U.N.-sponsored talks in Geneva between rival Libyan factions aim to reach a political settlement to form a unity government that a majority of Libyans can support, U.N. Special Envoy for Libya Bernadino Leon said on Wednesday, and he hoped armed factions would observe a cease-fire to support the...

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