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The Brief: Trump flight ban, foreign policy report card
Europe is reeling from the news of the US president's flight ban. Ursula's planned trip to Greece is put on hold due to coronavirus and at 100 days in office, we look at Team Ursula's foreign policy performance.
Rescue ship Alan Kurdi docks in Sicily carrying 32 migrants
Aid groups were on hand to offer assistance, according to the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
Who are the Russian mercenaries waging war in Libya?
Wagner Group contractors are accused of fighting alongside General Khalifa Haftar, who along with the support of the United Arab Emirates and Egypt is laying siege to Tripoli.
Turkey is ready to send troops to Libya. What does it mean for Europe?
After Erdogan pledged military support to Tripoli, how might Europe respond? | Euronews answers
EU funds Libyan Coast Guard but who is monitoring them?
While the military mission called Eunavfor Med - Operation Sophia (ENFM) is in charge of training and evaluating LCG, its staff is not permitted to set foot in the country due to security conditions.
Forty migrants rescued by German charity ship arrive in Malta
A group of migrants were rescued by Sea Eye's Alan Kurdi ship. The ship arrived in Malta after being banned from Italy.
Scores of migrants feared dead in 'worst tragedy' this year
More than 100 migrants are missing and feared drowned after a wooden boat capsized off the coast of Libya.
Tensions mount between eastern Libyan forces and Turkey
Forces loyal to eastern Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar said they destroyed a Turkish drone parked at Tripoli's only working airport on Sunday, halting civilian flights as tensions between Ankara and the eastern administration mounted.
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"Foreign interference" has prolonged the crisis in Libya, Prime Minister tells Euronews
Fayez al Sarraj, Prime minister of Libya's United Nations-backed Government of National Accord, has told Euronews that "foreign interference" since the fall of General Muammar al-Gaddafi eight years ago had damaged the country and prolonged its crises.
'Macron is responsible' for dead in Tripoli, says militia leader
"Anyone who dies here, Macron is responsible," the leader of a Libyan militia fighting for the UN-backed Government of National Accord told Euronews.
'Haftar's troops are criminals and thugs,' Libyan PM tells Euronews
"They are criminal gangs, ideological groups, thugs and outlaws," al-Serraj told Euronews in exclusive interview
Clashes on outskirts of Libya's capital Tripoli kill 15
At least 15 fighters under the command of strongman Khalifa Haftar were killed in clashes with forces linked to the UN-recognised government.
Libya calls for help against rebel offensive
The Libyan government calls for international support to halt the Eastern rebels’ assault on Tripoli.
Death toll rises in Libya as clashes at Tripoli continue
Egypt released photos showing the commander of the LNA Khalifa Haftar with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi after they met in Cairo on Sunday, but no other details were given about their meeting.
Assault on Tripoli is 'in public's interest', says Libyan rebel group
"European countries fear for civilians' safety but I can assure that our first concern is the civilians," a spokesman for the Libyan National Army told Euronews after the rebel group launched a military offensive to take Tripoli from the UN-recognised government.
Battle for power in Libya reaches the capital Tripoli
Fighting has been reported near the former international airport, which the Libyan National Army claims now to control.
Tensions flare in Libya as commander orders forces to move on Tripoli
Eastern Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar ordered his troops to march on the capital Tripoli as the UN tries to push for a peace deal.
Twin car bombs kill at least 33 in Benghazi
The blasts shatter relative calm in Libya's second city
Wanted Gaddafi son freed by militia captors in Libya
Reports suggest the late Libyan leader's son, who is wanted for crimes against humanity and was said to be Gaddafi's chosen successor, has been freed under amnesty.
Italian police arrest three people for arms smuggling to Libya, Iran
Three Italians have been arrested on suspicion of running an arms trafficking ring.
Libya: what next after ISIL's defeat in Sirte?
This week ISIL lost Sirte, the group’s only foothold in Libya.
Two Italians 'and a Canadian' are abducted in Libya
Two Italians have been kidnapped in Libya, reportedly alongside a Canadian national.
Battle for Sirte: fight for city enters final phase
In Libya, militia groups aligned to the UN-brokered unity government are preparing for what they hope will be the final push to oust ISIL from Sirte.
Libyan forces "liberate" more of Sirte from ISIL control
Libyan forces trying to oust ISIL militants from their stronghold of Sirte have made further advances into the city.
Libya: pro-government forces 'make gains' against ISIL
In Libya, forces loyal to the unity government say they have made significant gains in residential districts of Sirte, as they battle to oust ISIL fighters.
Libyan pro-government brigades advance on ISIL stronghold of Sirte
In Libya the so-called Islamic State group is battling to hold on to its stronghold of Sirte after forces aligned with the new unity government advanced on the…