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United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UN-geführt)
Militias urged to disband after Libya Shield killed protesters in Benghazi last week, but government lacks means to enforce this.
NATO to send team to Libya to assess security aid (04.06.2013)
NATO is sending a team of experts to Libya to assess how the alliance can provide security assistance, notably military training, to help the turbulent North African nation combat Islamist militants claiming allegiance to Al Qaeda and other threats.
Libya crisis deepens as rebels expand demands (09.05.2013)
Libya's political crisis has deepened as armed groups surrounding two ministries in the capital said they had formed an alliance to present an expanded list of six demands that included the resignation of Prime Minister Ali Zeidan.
The United Nations mission in Libya today said it is following the latest developments in the country where armed gunmen have overtaken the ministries of justice and foreign affairs, and other State institutions, and urged all Libyans to join the country’s democratic transition.
Libya fighters surround foreign ministry (28.04.2013)
At least 20 vehicles loaded with anti-aircraft guns block road as 200 armed men demand removal of Gaddafi-era staff.
Unless Libya breaks the cycle of violence and urgently reforms its justice system, there is a real risk of an increase in assassinations, urban violence and communal conflicts. “Trial by Error: Justice in Post-Qadhafi Libya”, the latest report from the International Crisis Group, analyses the ills...
The Security Council today extended for 12 months the mandate of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya to assist the authorities in defining national needs and priorities and match those with offers of strategic and technical advice, and modified the two-year-old ban on arms imports to boost...