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EU's Michel visits Libya as nation battles instability and COVID-19
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EU funds Libyan Coast Guard but who is monitoring them?
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Eastern Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar ordered his troops to march on the capital Tripoli as the UN tries to push for a peace deal.
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Italian police arrest three people for arms smuggling to Libya, Iran
Three Italians have been arrested on suspicion of running an arms trafficking ring.
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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
Libya's unity government arrives in Tripoli despite blockade
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ISIL continues assault on Libyan oil ports
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