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Moscow Confirms Crew of Oil-Smuggling Tanker were Russians
The Russian embassy in Libya confirmed Thursday that the crew of fuel-smuggler tanker intercepted by the Libyan navy on Wednesday were five instead of three Russians as previously reported by the media.

Libya Exports 1.5 Million Barrels of Oil from Hariga Oil Port
Libyan oil exports have picked up some esteem as two tankers on Wednesday left the eastern oil port of Al-Hariga in Tobruk carrying 1.5 million barrels of oil for the large world market.

Coastguard Intercepts Belize-Registered Fuel Smuggling Ship West of Libya
The Libyan coastguard intercepted on Wednesday night and seized a Belize-registered ship off the coast of Zuwara carrying 5000 tones of diesel.

Benghazi Report Criticizes US Government, Military for Less than Professional Conduct
Congressional Republicans on Tuesday accused Hillary Clinton's State Department of failing to protect four Americans killed in a 2012 attack in Libya.

Libyan Armed Forces Captures Extremist Headquarters in Benghazi
The Libyan armed forces fighting IS in Benghazi has established full control over the remaining few strategic strongholds west of the city that have been in the hands of Islamist terrorists for more than two years.

UK Leaves EU, Cameron Finished, Possible Breakup of Country
The United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union in a referendum that proved to split the nation and pave the way for calls for independence. An immediate consequence of the divisive referendum is the end of PM David Cameron’s political career.

the Libyan Army Advances Against Terrorists in Benghazi
The Libyan armed forces made significant advances on Wednesday against the remaining few locations held by of terrorists in the outskirts of the second largest city in the country.

Blast in Libya Kills 30 People Following Clashes between Garabulli Residents and Militia
Over 30 people killed and more wounded on Tuesday in Garabulli city following protests by local residents against a militia from Misurata that established a makeshift camp in the city.

Egyptian Court Rejects Agreement to Cede two Red Sea Islands to Saudi Arabia
In a court ruling that could affect Egyptian-Saudi relations, an Egyptian court nullified an agreement on Tuesday that would transfer control of two islands in the Red Sea to Saudi Arabia.

Germany Donates One Million Euro to UN Children Emergency Fund in Libya
German embassy in Libya signed agreement with UNICEF representative in Libya whereby Berlin increased its assistance to the UN’s Children Emergency Fund to expand the immunization of Libyan children.

Putin: Russia is Prepared to Help Solve Libyan Crisis
President Putin tells a news conference that Russia will work constructively with the international community on a settlement in Libya while the Italian PM expresses gratitude to Putin for helping reduce violence in the country.

NATO Secretary General Meets with Siala, Discuss Security Situation in Libya
NATO Secretary-General meets with Mohamed Siala and discuss the latest developments in the political and security situation in Libya and the possibility of providing assistance in the security field.

US Policy in Libya Remains Dubious After Special Envoy Briefs Senate Committee
US policy in Libya remains dubious and could very well prolong instability in the country for years to come. This is the impression that most likely was left on at least some members of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations by Jonathan Winer, the Special Envoy to Libya, during a hearing on Wednesday.

Libyan Parliament to Hold Meeting on 20 June in Tobruk
The Libyan Parliament is to hold a session with all of its members on 20 June to address the dire needs of citizens and try to reach a consensus among its members on the how to proceed with amending the constitution and the vote of confidence on the outside-backed cabinet.

Russia Demands UN Approval of Any Foreign Military Intervention in Libya
Russia demanded strict controls before weapons are allowed to pass through an arms embargo on Libya and that any actions of force in the country require the agreement of the legitimate Libyan leadership and UN approval.

SC Authorizes Member States to Inspects Vessels Off Libyan Coast Carrying Illicit Weapons
The United Nations Security Council on Tuesday unanimously adopts a resolution targeting the flow of weapons into Libya, allowing member states, acting nationally or through regional organizations, to inspect vessels on the high seas off the coast of Libya they believe are carrying illicit weapons.

ANALYSIS: UN Envoy Says Libyan Rivals Reach ‘Consensus’ but Amendments could Jeopardize Process
UN envoy to Libya said Sunday that rival parties have reached ‘consensus’ on the main elements of an agreement. But Tripoli faction’s insistence on backtracking on an agreement initialed on 12 July will further erode trust in Bernardino Leon as peace broker and jeopardize the whole process.

Libya PM Seeks Closer Relations in Algeria
The Libyan Prime Minister is in two-day official visit to neighboring country Algeria with the aim to improve bilateral relations and cooperation between the two countries in all fields and most so in bilateral security.
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Moscow Confirms Crew of Oil-Smuggling Tanker were Russians
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Libya Exports 1.5 Million Barrels of Oil from Hariga Oil Port
Libyan oil exports have picked up some esteem as two tankers on Wednesday left the eastern oil port of Al-Hariga in Tobruk carrying 1.5 million barrels of oil for the large world market.

 

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