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Pariah regimes

Dawn 21 Sep 2021
PARIAH regimes are those shunned globally as they violate global norms ... Pariah regimes differ from hermit and rogue ones. While there is no consensus definition, the hermit ones go into self-reclusion, like Bhutan ... Yemen, Syria, Somalia and Libya face ongoing violent chaos due to unwise help by major or regional powers to armed groups ... Twitter ... .
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East Libya forces say 2 helicopters crashed, killing 2

San Francisco Chronicle 20 Sep 2021
CAIRO (AP) — Forces loyal to a powerful Libyan commander said two military planes crashed on Sunday over a village in eastern Libya, killing at least two officers ... Hifter’s forces control eastern and most of southern Libya.
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Sudan pays special attention to relations with neighboring countries, topped by Egypt

Egypt Today 18 Sep 2021
She spoke about the importance of her country's relations with African countries, including Eritrea, Niger, Chad, South Sudan, Kenya, and Libya as well as major powers ...
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Sisi meets Dbeibah, offers support for elections as host of contracts signed

The Arab Weekly 17 Sep 2021
CAIRO--Egypt and Libya’s unity government signed a series of cooperation agreements and several infrastructure contracts on Thursday as Cairo eyes reconstruction opportunities in its oil-rich neighbour ... Libya was a major market for Egyptian firms and workers before uprisings in both countries in 2011.
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US sees ‘best opportunity’ for peace in Libya in decade

The Arab Weekly 16 Sep 2021
Libya tumbled into chaos following the US and NATO-backed 2011 revolt that toppled and killed Gadhafi, with rival militias and foreign powers fighting for control. A war between west Libya forces and Haftar came to a formal halt with a UN-backed ceasefire in October last year.
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Libya has ‘best opportunity’ for peace in decade — US official

The Jordan Times 16 Sep 2021
TRIPOLI — War-torn Libya has its best chance for peace since the fall of Muammar Qadhafi, a senior US diplomat said ... Libya tumbled into chaos following the US and NATO-backed 2011 revolt that toppled and killed Qadhafi, with rival militias and foreign powers fighting for control.
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Egypt’s Sisi meets with Dbeibah, pushes for elections in Libya

The Arab Weekly 16 Sep 2021
CAIRO--Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi pledged support Thursday for elections in Libya in talks with interim prime minister Abdulhamid Dbeibah, days after meeting Libyan National Army commander, Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar and Parliament Speaker Aguila Saleh ... The two rival camps in Libya signed a ceasefire deal in Geneva in October.
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Testing the waters: The economic factor in Turkey-UAE ties

The New Arab 16 Sep 2021
Abu Dhabi entered negotiations with Ankara over some serious investments, leading to the signing of a $12 billion deal that involved lignite mining and power generation in the Afsin-Elbistan mega project ... Failed rapprochement ... From Libya to Iraq, Syria, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen, the UAE did everything in its power to undermine Turkey ... A new page?.
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Libya’s interim premier arrives in Cairo for talks on ties

Beaumont Enterprise 15 Sep 2021
CAIRO (AP) — Libya’s interim prime minister arrived in Cairo on Wednesday for talks on future ties between the two African neighbors, an Egyptian official said ... Dbeibah heads Libya's delegation in talks on the so-called Egyptian-Libyan Joint Higher Committee, which focuses on trade and other cooperation.
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Libya’s FM accused of 'abusing power' by public prosecutor

The New Arab 15 Sep 2021
Libya’s first female foreign minister Najla Al-Mangoush has been threatened with legal action by the country’s public prosecutor following complaints from several diplomats this week ... Al-Sour’s criticism was prompted by the dismissal of numerous ambassadors, including that of Libya’s ambassador to the US Wafa Bughaighis last month.
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Russia vetos extension of UN mission to Libya: sources

The New Arab 15 Sep 2021
Moscow, which has veto-wielding power, did not approve the language in a resolution drafted by Britain on the withdrawal of foreign troops and mercenaries from Libya as well as the role of the UN envoy to the North African country, the sources said ... of power in the country.
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Russia blocks UN aid to Libya – source

The Manila Times 15 Sep 2021
Moscow, which has veto-wielding power, did not approve the language in a resolution drafted by Britain on the withdrawal of foreign troops and mercenaries from Libya as well as the role of the UN envoy to the North African country, the sources said ... of power in the country.
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Russia blocks extension of UN mission to Libya: diplomatic sources

Manila Standard Today 15 Sep 2021
Moscow, which has veto-wielding power, did not approve the language in a resolution drafted by Britain on the withdrawal of foreign troops and mercenaries from Libya as well as the role of the UN envoy to the North African country, the sources said ... of power in the country.
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Enka and Siemens advance Libya power schemes

MEED 15 Sep 2021
The Misrata and West Tripoli power plants have a total combined capacity of 1.3GW ... .
photo: AP / Ricard Garcia Vilanova
In this Saturday Sept. 7, 2019 photo, a mortally wounded fighter of the 'Shelba' unit, allied with the U.N.-supported Libyan government, is moved by comrades after being shot at the Salah-addin neighborhood front line in Tripoli, Libya.
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Libyan Haftar fighters battle Chad rebels on border: report

The New Arab 15 Sep 2021
... group along Libya's southern border, media close to Haftar reported ... Plunged into chaos in 2011 when Moamer Kadhafi's regime collapsed, Libya has been divided between rival power centres and torn by bloody conflict involving militias, foreign fighters and jihadist groups.
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