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United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UN-geführt)
EU Border Assistance Mission in Libya
Beginn: 05/13Zum Einsatz
Libyan PM to step down after attack on his family (13.04.2014)
The newly appointed Libyan Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni is stepping down after he and his family were attacked by a militia.
Libyan rebels agree to end blockade at 2 oil ports (06.04.2014)
Libya's government has reached an agreement with rebels to reopen two of four oil ports, in a major breakthrough to end an eight-month blockade.
Libya rebels 'agree to end oil port blockade' (02.04.2014)
The leader of a rebel group in eastern Libya has agreed to end its seizure of several oil-exporting ports within days, raising hopes of ending an eight-month stalemate with the government in Tripoli, according to reports.
Last month, the General National Congress (GNC) assembly agreed to hold early elections, in an apparent effort to assuage ordinary Libyans angry over political chaos in the country nearly three years after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi.
The first two of an initial team of 11 U.S. soldiers arrived in Libya this week to help lay the groundwork for upcoming training of Libyan forces in Bulgaria, which is expected to begin in July, a U.S. military official told Reuters on Wednesday.
US returns rogue oil tanker Morning Glory to Libya (22.03.2014)
The US says it has returned the rogue oil tanker Morning Glory to the Libyan government. The North Korea-flagged ship had been loaded at a rebel-held port and evaded a naval blockade before being boarded by US Navy Seals south of Cyprus. Its evasion prompted parliament to sack Prime Minister Ali...
Libya’s Prime Minister ousted in chaos over tanker (11.03.2014)
Libya’s transitional Parliament voted on Tuesday to remove its prime minister as his government conceded that despite days of bluster it was powerless to stop a tanker from sailing away with an illicit shipment of Libyan oil.