2014 December 2 : Libyan Embassy – London
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Archive for December 2nd, 2014

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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Dec 1, 2014 By AYA BATRAWY Associated Press The interior minister of Libya’s internationally recognized government met Monday with his counterpart in the United Arab Emirates to seek continued support in its battle against Islamist-allied militias who control the capital, Tripoli. The fighting has killed hundreds of people and displaced thousands as each side claims  [ Read More ]

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By Libya Herald staff. Tripoli, 1 December 2014: As reporting becomes increasingly difficult for journalists who have either fled the country, gone into hiding, or had to flee violence, the Libyan government has urged journalists and media outlets to check all facts before reporting news in order to prevent the circulation of rumours that, it says, could be very damaging  [ Read More ]

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By AFP 1 December 2014 A double car bomb attack wounded three policemen Monday in the same Libyan town where an anti-Islamist army commander was murdered last week, a security source said. The source said the officers were hurt when two vehicles exploded in the car park of the police station in the eastern town of Ajdabiya. The station houses  [ Read More ]

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CBC News Posted: Dec 01, 2014 Alaa Murabit wants to give peace a chance. And the Saskatoon-born activist says the best way to reach that end in Libya is to involve women in peace talks. “Part of the main reason that (extremists) have been able to be successful is that there are political and economic vacuums, because half of society  [ Read More ]