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

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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.

Libya's elected parliament rejects PM's new cabinet (18.09.2014)

Lawmakers demanded Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni submit a new cabinet with not more than 10 ministers, Faraj Hashim said. Thinni had on Wednesday presented a cabinet with 16 ministers.

Libya closer to brink of protracted conflict and strife, UN envoy warns (15.09.2014)

Three years after the fall of their former regime, the Libyan people find themselves nowhere closer to realizing their hopes and aspirations for a better future, the top UN official in Libya said today, noting the urgency to take advantage of a “small window of opportunity.”

Battle for Benghazi could break up Libya (09.09.2014)

Pro-government Libyan forces, already reeling from the fall of the capital, are fighting to prevent Islamist militants from seizing the eastern city of Benghazi and splitting the North African country into three warring parts.

Tripoli under militia control as Libya chaos deepens (01.09.2014)

Libya's toothless outgoing government admitted Monday from its safe refuge in the east of the country that it has in effect lost control of Tripoli to armed militias.

France urges special Libya support (28.08.2014)

France is calling for "exceptional support" for Libya, warning the country could fall into chaos without United Nations intervention. … His comments come a day after the UN Security Council called for an immediate ceasefire in Libya.

Libya's interim government resigns under pressure (28.08.2014)

Libya's toothless interim government, led by prime minister Abdullah al-Thani, announced late Thursday it had tendered its resignation to the elected parliament, days after a rival Islamist administration was created.

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