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How Russia could capitalise on Chad's instability

The New Arab 06 May 2021
When Idriss Deby visited his troops on the front line with rebels from Libya on 19 April, he had just received election results guaranteeing him another term in power after ruling Chad for 30 years ... Located between Cameroon, the Central African Republic (CAR), Libya, Sudan, Niger ...
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Germany tells Turkey it is up to Ankara to make the case for closer EU ties

The National 06 May 2021
Heiko Maas’s remarks came a day after German Chancellor Angela Merkel told Turkey to send an “important signal” by pulling its forces out of Libya ... Merkel tells Erdogan withdrawing Libya troops is key ... should leave Libya ... Turkey under pressure to pull its troops from Libya.
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G7 talks: EU's Borrell hails 'good news' in Libya as ceasefire holds

The National 05 May 2021
The EU’s foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said the continuing ceasefire in Libya was “good news” after G7 foreign ministers discussed the country's future in London ... Italy, the former colonial power in Libya, is trying to reassert its role as a prominent ally of Tripoli.
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Egypt, Turkey officials meet for talks to reset frayed ties

Wtop 05 May 2021
allies in Libya, where they back opposing side in the conflict ... Claudia Gazzini, a Libya expert at the International Crisis Group, said a possible Egypt-Turkey rapprochement would help stabilize Libya, which has recently become a theater of rivalry between regional and world powers ... The two nations back opposing sides in Libya.
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After years-long rift, Turkey seeks to mend ties with Egypt

The Arab Weekly 05 May 2021
CAIRO – Turkey and Egypt will try to improve strained ties at talks starting in Cairo on Wednesday after an eight-year rift which led them to back rival factions in Libya’s war and put them at odds in a dispute over eastern Mediterranean waters ... Critical for Libya.
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Mena energy investments to exceed $805bn by 2025

The National 05 May 2021
Energy investments across Middle East and North Africa could exceed $805 billion over the next five years amid rising demand in the region and the revival of crude output in places such as Libya ... The region will also see 20 Gigawatts of renewable power capacity added over the next five years.
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Chad Military Council Suppresses Mass Demonstrations Demanding Civilian Rule

GlobalResearch 05 May 2021
The people involved in the protests were demanding the resignation of the Transitional Military Council which assumed power after the death of Deby on April 20 ... Haftar was flown back to Libya during the counter-revolution of 2011 where he has repeatedly sought and failed to seize power in Tripoli.
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Veteran Journalist Leland Vittert Joins NewsNation as Anchor/Correspondent

The Marshall News Messenger 05 May 2021
He started his work in the Middle East by covering the events of the uprising in Egypt that became known as the “Arab Spring.” In 2011, he was one of the few reporters to broadcast live from Cairo's Tahrir Square on the night that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak relinquished power.
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Libya's top diplomat urges withdrawal of foreign fighters

The Journal 04 May 2021
Turkey has been closely involved in Libya ... Turkey sent military supplies and fighters to Libya helping to tilt the balance of power in favor of the GNA ... Libya�s interim government, which took power in March, is tasked with bringing together a country that has been torn apart by civil war for nearly a decade.
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Libya's FM urges Turkey to withdraw its mercenaries from country

Middle East Online 04 May 2021
Turkey has been closely involved in Libya ... Turkey sent military supplies and fighters to Libya helping to tilt the balance of power in favor of the GNA ... Libya’s interim government, which took power in March, is tasked with bringing together a country that has been torn apart by civil war for nearly a decade.
photo: AP / Nada Harib
Najla Al-Manqoush, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, together with Mr. Charles Michel, the President of the European Council and the Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity, Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, pose for a press photo at the entrance of the Prime Minister's office on Sunday, April 4, 2021, in Tripoli, Libya.
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Libya's Top Diplomat Urges Withdrawal of Turkish, Foreign Fighters

The National Herald 04 May 2021
Turkey has been closely involved in Libya ... Turkey sent military supplies and fighters to Libya helping to tilt the balance of power in favor of the GNA ... Libya’s interim government, which took power in March, is tasked with bringing together a country that has been torn apart by civil war for nearly a decade.
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Muslim Brotherhood in Libya changes its name to "Revival and Renewal" to run elections

Egypt Today 04 May 2021
The researcher on extremist movements and international terrorism concluded his statement that the organization’s behavior in Libya is evident of its bankruptcy and an affirmation of its opportunism and failure at the local level, as well as its failure in all the countries in which it tried to gain power.
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Libya Urges Withdrawal of Foreign Forces, Mercenaries

Kayhan 04 May 2021
CAIRO (AP) — Libya’s top diplomat has called for the departure of foreign forces and mercenaries from the North African country as it heads toward elections later this year ... Turkey has been closely involved in Libya ... Turkey sent military supplies and fighters to Libya helping to tilt the balance of power in favor of the GNA.
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Libya’s top diplomat calls on Turkey to withdraw foreign fighters

Al Jazeera 03 May 2021
Libya’s top diplomat has called ... Turkey sent military supplies and fighters to Libya, helping to tilt the balance of power in favour of the Tripoli government ... Libya’s interim government, which took power in March, is meant to steer Libya through a general election on December 24.
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Libya’s top diplomat urges withdrawal of foreign fighters

Wtop 03 May 2021
Turkey has been closely involved in Libya ... Turkey sent military supplies and fighters to Libya helping to tilt the balance of power in favor of the GNA ... Libya’s interim government, which took power in March, is tasked with bringing together a country that has been torn apart by civil war for nearly a decade.
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