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Endless fighting between militias, clashes between Salafists and Libyan National Army forces plus months of warfare between tribes, perpetuates a state of chaos in Libya, writes Jonathan Fenton-Harvey.

Tawergha's 35,000 displaced residents are hoping for a successful implementation of a landmark reconciliation deal with Misrata to allow them to return home after seven years of living in camps

UN: Libyans must allow return of stranded <em>Tawergha</em> group

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UN: Libyans must allow return of stranded Tawergha group

The UN has urged Libyan authorities to ensure the safety of stranded former residents of Tawergha who have been displaced and mistreated by militias.

Libyan militias prevent residents returning to 'Gaddafi' ghost town

The New Arab

Libyan militias prevent residents returning to 'Gaddafi' ghost town

A former stronghold of former dictator Muammar Gaddafi, near the Libyan city of Misrata, remains empty as militias prevent residents from ...

Libyan <em>Tawergha</em> families displaced in 2011 to return home

The New Arab & agencies

Libyan Tawergha families displaced in 2011 to return home

Libyan families displaced from the town of Tawergha after being driven out by militias following the 2011 uprising that evolved into a ...

Ramona Wadi

False narratives and selective memory in Libya

Comment: A UN Human Rights Council proposal to hold perpetrators accountable for human rights violations in Libya is plagued with ambiguities, and makes several important omissions, argues Ramona Wadi.

Ramona Wadi

The UN's 'exploit and discard' cycle in Libya

Comment: Recent reports that the Libyan unity government is losing support are in line with the UN's plans for Libya, writes Ramona Wadi.

The New Arab & agencies

Artillery fire hits power station in Libya's Benghazi

Artillery fire hit a key power station in Libya's second city Benghazi on Saturday.

Ramona Wadi

Filling the power vacuum in Libya's failed state

Comment: Despite the UN's convenient narrative of fostering unity between Libya's rival governments, NATO has unveiled the stark difference ...

The final countdown for peace in Libya?

George Joffe

The final countdown for peace in Libya?

Comment: Warring parties have until the start of Ramadan to sign a UN peace agreement, one which will decide Libya's future, says George Joffe.

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