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France says Turkey conduct in Libya 'unacceptable'

14 June, 2020

France, despite public denials, has long been suspected of favouring Haftar, who has the backing of Egypt, Russia and the United Arab Emirates.

Pope Francis urges peace, aid to migrants in Libya

14 June, 2020

Pope Francis on Sunday urged political and military leaders in Libya to end their hostilities and called on the international community to take 'to heart' the plight of migrants.

Head of Libya's Tobruk government on surprise Algeria visit

14 June, 2020

Algerian officials greeted Aguila Saleh at Algiers International Airport, though the reason for the visit remains unknown.

Russian ministers' Turkey visit postponed: Ankara

14 June, 2020

Sergei Lavrov and Sergei Shoigu were set to visit Istanbul on Sunday - a meeting agreed by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin.

UN says migrants feared drowned in capsizing off Libya

14 June, 2020

Libyan authorities are conducting searches for the bodies of 12 migrants who went missing off the coast of Zawiya.

Turkey and Russia to hold talks on Libya, Syria

13 June, 2020

Russian officials will visit Turkey to discuss Syria and Libya.

French magazine awards Libya warlord Haftar 'political courage' prize

13 June, 2020

A quarterly French magazine has awarded Libya's Khalifa Haftar its "Political Courage Prize", a decision the director attributed to the warlord's "decisive fight" against alleged Islamist terrorism.

UN chief shocked at Libya mass graves

13 June, 2020

UN's Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is 'shocked' at the recent discovery of mass graves in Haftar-controlled territory.

NATO talks on Irini 'not prompted by Turkey incident'

13 June, 2020

The EU assured that moves to cooperate with NATO over a naval mission were not prompted by Turkey.

US court hears torture case against Libya's Haftar

12 June, 2020

Libyan families are seeking $85 million against Khalifa Haftar and his two sons, dual US-Libyan citizens, over extrajudicial killings and torture committed during the 2014 Benghazi offensive.

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