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United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UN-geführt)
UN to send guard force to Libya (27.11.2013)
The United Nations is to send a 235-strong special force to Libya to protect UN staff because of increasing attacks in the country, officials said Wednesday.
Deaths as Libya army and militia clash (25.11.2013)
Nine people have been killed in clashes between the Libyan army and an Islamist militia in the restive city of Benghazi, officials say. … Ten days ago, Prime Minister Ali Zeidan called on all militias to leave the capital, Tripoli, after fatal clashes between militiamen and protesters. The militias...
Libyan militia fighters blamed for the worst unrest in Tripoli since the fall of Muammar Gaddafi in recent days began pulling out of the capital on Monday and Libyan army units moved in to secure their areas, government officials said.
The United States military is considering a mission to train Libyan security personnel with the goal of creating a force of 5,000 to 7,000 conventional soldiers and a separate, smaller unit for specialized counterterrorism missions, according to the top officer at the United States Special...
NATO to send security advisers to Libya (22.10.2013)
NATO has said it is sending advisers to Libya to help Tripoli strengthen its security set-up amid chaos and fears of civil war two years after the armed uprising against Muammar Gaddafi.
Libyan PM Ali Zeidan 'freed from captivity' (10.10.2013)
Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has been released hours after being seized by militiamen, say government sources. A former rebel group loosely allied to the government, the Revolutionaries Operations Room, said it had arrested Mr Zeidan on the orders of the prosecutor general.
Gunmen kill Libyan colonel in Benghazi (02.10.2013)
Gunmen shot dead a Libyan marine colonel on Wednesday in the eastern city of Benghazi where militants have increasingly targeted security forces in a challenge to central government control.