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Iran welcomes election of new interim government in conflict-ridden Libya
Iran welcomed an agreement by Libya’s rival political groups to form an interim unity government in the crisis-hit North African country, hoping the incoming executive authority would facilitate elections there.
Turkey says will retaliate any attack by east Libya strongman
Turkey's defense minister said that any attack by eastern Libyan renegade general Khalifa Haftar on its personnel in the North African country would be met with force.
UN: Libya talks set Dec. 2021 date for elections
Libyans at UN-led talks agreed to hold national parliamentary and presidential elections in December next year, the United Nations said.
At least 11 migrants dead in shipwreck off Libya: UN
At least 11 migrants died when their boat floundered off the coast of Libya, the UN's International Organization for Migration (IOM) said, days after 20 others died in desperate bids to reach Europe.
Iran welcomes ceasefire between warring sides in Libya
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman welcomed the ceasefire declared between the parties involved in the crisis in Libya appreciating the pivotal role played by the United Nations and the Libyan negotiating parties to this end.
Bodies of 22 migrants, refugees retrieved off Libya's coast
The Libyan Red Crescent retrieved the bodies of 22 refugees and migrants off the coastal town of Zwara on Sunday, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said, likely to be from a shipwreck that took place last week.
UN welcomes truce announcement in Libya
The United Nations has welcomed the calls for a cease-fire and an end to hostilities in Libya, an official from the world body said.
Libya's Tripoli-based government declares cease-fire
Libya’s Tripoli-based Government of National Accord (GNA), which is internationally recognized but controls only the western part of the country, announced a cease-fire on Friday, a statement from its leadership said.
Food aid offers lifeline to refugees under curfew in Libya
Sitting under the shade of a tree in a small courtyard close to their home in southern Tripoli, Abdul Majid and his wife Halima, refugees from Darfur, fuss over their newborn daughter.
Libyan forces set conditions for lifting oil blockade
Forces loyal to a Libyan commander said they will only allow the reopening of oil fields and terminals once a mechanism has been set up to fairly distribute revenue across the country, which is split between rival, warring factions.
Iran reiterates respecting Libya's territorial integrity
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi late on Wednesday stressed the need for respecting Libya's territorial integrity.
Pope appeals for end to Libyan war
Pope Francis appealed on Sunday for both sides in the Libyan civil war to seek peace, urging the international community to facilitate talks and protect refugees and migrants he said were victims of cruelty.
Libya gov’t says retakes Haftar's last redoubt in west
Libya's UN-recognized government announced Friday another victory in its counter-offensive against eastern-based strongman Khalifa Haftar, overrunning his last western stronghold Tarhuna, launchpad of an abortive 14-month assault on the capital.
Twelve die as Malta uses private ships to push migrants back to Libya
Further evidence of Malta’s strategy to push migrants back to the conflict zone of Libya has been revealed by a woman who survived a Mediterranean crossing in which 12 people died.

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