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United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UN-geführt)
EU Border Assistance Mission in Libya (EU)
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Warplanes strike airport in Libya capital again (26.11.2014)
Warplanes again bombed a Libyan military air base Tuesday that until a day earlier was Tripoli's only functioning airport, shortly after the Islamist-backed prime minister said his government was at war.
Security Council warns of possible sanctions (26.11.2014)
The Security Council today expressed its “profound concern” over the deteriorating situation in Libya and its impact on regional peace and stability, warning of the possibility of sanctions.
Rival Libyan ruler could ban UN envoy (25.11.2014)
Libya's rival government may forbid a UN official from entering the territory it controls, a move that could make it harder to negotiate an end to a violent struggle for power that threatens to tear the country apart.
The truce, which was facilitated by the Mission, and announced by UNSMIL chief Bernardino Leone, commenced at 7 a.m. local time this morning, 19 November, for a period of 12 hours … This humanitarian truce is critical to giving the people of Benghazi, where fighting has been the fiercest, a...
Britain cancels Libyan army training programme (11.11.2014)
The British government has cancelled the training of Libyan army officers and started the process of sending back more than 300 cadets who were already undergoing training at the Bassingbourn Barracks in Cambridgeshire after three of them were arrested for sexual assault offences.
UN envoy meets head of Libya's rival parliament (11.11.2014)
A UN envoy held talks on Tuesday for the first time with the head of a self-declared Libyan parliament, which rejects the internationally recognized authorities, as part of efforts to find a solution to the country's deepening conflict.
Libya's escalating political struggles threatened to derail the recovery in the country's oil sector on Monday, as a commander in charge of security at its biggest field said forces loyal to a rival government in Tripoli had forced out his men.