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United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UN-geführt)
Former dictator's son arrives from Niger to face corruption charges as delegates meet in Rome to discuss Libya's future.
Rioters storm parliament building in Libya (04.03.2014)
Libya’s parliament moved into a five-star Tripoli hotel Monday, a day after rioters armed with knives and guns stormed the legislature building, torching furniture, killing a guard and wounding six lawmakers in the latest episode of turmoil in the country.
The UN Mission in the country (UNSMIL) said it has “deep concerns about the continued violence, including assassinations, bombings, kidnappings and attacks in the East and other Libyan areas.”
Low turnout underscores voter mistrust of politicians. Body will have 120 days to draft constitution. Government struggles to assert authority over divided country.
Two heavily armed Libyan militias demanded on Tuesday the country's parliament hand over power immediately in what the head of the assembly dismissed as an attempted coup that would be contested by the army if necessary.
Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan stepped up the pressure on protesters blocking eastern ports on Monday, telling them he had weeks ago ordered troops to prepare to move there to end their blockade.
Libya 'destroys all chemical weapons' (04.02.2014)
In 2004, Libya said it had 25 tonnes of sulphur mustard and several thousand unfilled aerial bombs for use with chemical warfare facilities. … The process began 10 years ago under the then Libyan leader, Col Muammar Gaddafi, when Tripoli joined the CWC (Chemical Weapons Convention).