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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)
The most senior United Nations official in Libya today said he is deeply concerned by recent incursions by the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/Da’esh) into Libya’s oil crescent region and by attacks carried on oil fields.
GNC says it is still operating (27.04.2016)
Despite having been ejected last week from the buildings it was using next to the Tripoli’s Rixos Hotel, the General National Congress (GNC) today claimed it was still alive and functioning. It did not say where it was now based or who was still involved in it.
Libya's U.N.-backed unity government said on Monday it has taken administrative control of seven ministries in Tripoli including the foreign ministry, as it pushes to extend its control over the capital. The unity government, whose leaders arrived in Tripoli last month, is designed to replace two...
Libya's internationally recognised parliament, which was forced out of the capital by factional violence, failed to vote for a unity government this week, but a majority of members restated their support and urged it to start work.
Islamic State fighters retreated from long-held positions around the port city of Derna on Wednesday, military forces in eastern Libya said, as troops loyal to the government in the region pressed on with an offensive in Benghazi.
A turning point for Libya? (20.04.2016)
That the head of Libya’s optimistically named Government of National Accord (GNA) could only arrive in the country on 30 March via a military operation – and remains holed up in Tripoli’s naval dockyard – obviously did not look like a good omen.
France, Italy and Spain urged their European partners on Monday to move the EU's Mediterranean naval mission into Libyan waters, if requested by a new government in Tripoli, to stop a new tide of migrants and uphold a U.N. arms embargo.