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Former Obari Congress member killed

By Jamal Adel. Kufra, 28 November 2014: Ibrahim Mohamed Eddah, one of the General National Congress members for Obari until he was who was barred by the Integrity Commission two years ago, is reported to have been killed . . . This article is ... Libya Herald, 1 month ago

Obari almost empty of residents: report

Most civilians in Obari have now left the south-western oasis town to avoid the ongoing clashes between Tuaregs and Tebus, it is reported. The Tuaregs have mainly gone to Ghat and the Tebus to Murzuk, the Libya Herald was told by an official. The ...
 Libya Business Info2 months ago

Thinni government allocates LD 2 million to fight illegal immigration on Libyan borders

Airports and land border crossings in the south and east of the country will be covered by the allocation Airports and land border crossing in Libya will be allocated funds in clamp down on illegal immigration The Libyan government approved a 2 ...
 MaltaToday3 days ago

IOM Provides Voluntary Return Home to Stranded Migrants in Libya

/African Press Organization (APO)/ -- Three years after the fall of the former regime, the Libyan people find themselves no closer to realizing their aspirations for a better future. Security conditions continue to deteriorate and life remains hard, ...
 Africa News Wire1 week ago IOM offers voluntary return home to stranded migrants in Libya  Kuwait News Agency1 week ago

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•Communities where oil theft is way of life In spite of the enlightenment campaigns by government agencies and oil companies, as well as the efforts of the operatives of the Joint Task Force (JTF) in the Niger Delta, codenamed Operation Pulo ...
 The Nation Nigeria1 month ago
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Shell blames Rivers oil spill on sabotage

Shell Petroleum Development Company has described the oil spill in Okololaunch community in Bonny Local Government as an act of sabotage. SPDC stated that contrary to the claim in some quarters that the spill, which occurred on November 22, 2014, ...
 Nigeria Punch1 month ago

Murzuk postpones cultural festival; Sebha's to go ahead

The southwestern oasis town of Murzuk has decided to postpone this year's annual cultural festival due to the problems Libya currently faces, however the cultural authorities of Sebha are planning to hold its cultural festival as usual despite ...
 Libya Business Info1 month ago

Tebu elders press Thinni on local elections and security

By Jamal Adel. Kufra, 26 November 204: Tebu elders have been in Beida talking to Prime Minister Abdullah Al-Thinni about continuing insecurity in the south of the country, particularly the conflict in Obari and the postponed Kufra municipal ...
 Libya Herald1 month ago

Amazon Starting Black Friday Sales A Week Earlier

Amazon is taking its best shot at giving holiday shoppers an anxiety attack by announcing their Black Friday is actually happening a whole week earlier than scheduled. What this means is that consumers can get the best deals a week earlier, but it ...
 Inquisitr2 months ago

Number of internally displaced in Libya nears 400,000

The number of Libyans displaced by ongoing fighting continues to rise and has now reached almost 400,000. According to the UNHCR, the figure for those internally displaced since conflict began in May now exceeds 393,400. At least 106,420 have ...
 Libya Business Info2 months ago
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