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United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UN-geführt)
European Union Border Assistance Mission in Libya (EU)
Beginn: 05/13Zum Einsatz
European Union Naval Force Mediterranean (EU)
Efforts to hammer out a Libyan unity government are stumbling over the defence portfolio, an official said Wednesday, as the internationally recognised parliament set a new deadline for a line-up.
As unification hopes shrink, ISIS grows in Libya (09.02.2016)
The struggle to unify Libya continues, with various domestic actors posing obstacles to United Nations-sponsored efforts. In the meantime, conflict continues to plague the center of the country as militants linked to the so-called Islamic State (ISIS) continue to take control of territory and...
But Mr. Obama, wary of embarking on an intervention in another strife-torn country, has told his aides to redouble their efforts to help form a unity government in Libya at the same time the Pentagon refines its options, which include airstrikes, commando raids or advising vetted Libyan militias on...
Almost two months after its launch, a humanitarian appeal to aid 1.3 million vulnerable people in conflict-torn Libya is 99 per cent unfunded, a senior United Nations official for the North African country warned today, calling on the international community to step up to the plate.
In Libya itself, prime minister-designate Fayez al-Sarraj met controversial army chief General Khalifa Haftar as part of a series of encounters to press the creation of a UN-backed unity cabinet. The meeting came as African Union leaders at a summit in Addis Ababa called for a political solution in...
The European Union is discussing imposing travel bans and asset freezes on at least two Libyans seen as blocking efforts by the United Nations to form a government of national unity … Nouri Abusahmain, the head of Libya's General National Congress, one of two rival parliaments, and Khalifa...
Libya conflict: UN-backed unity government rejected (25.01.2016)
Libya's internationally recognised parliament has rejected a unity government named last week under a UN-brokered deal aimed at uniting the country's warring factions. The vote is seen as a major blow to UN efforts to unify the country's two rival parliaments.