The Libyan Address Journal

Migration

NGO vessel Ocean Viking rescues hundreds of migrants off Libya

TRIPOLI – More than 350 migrants have been rescued off the Libyan coast by the Ocean Viking humanitarian vessel in…

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National

Allegations of misconduct surface against employee of UNFPA Libya

TRIPOLI – Allegations of misconduct and unprofessional behavior surfaced recently against an employee working with the United Nations Population Fund…

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Municipal

US ambassador & members of Fezzan Municipalities Council discuss issues affecting southern Libya

TRIPOLI – The United States’ Ambassador to Libya, Richard Norland, spoke over the phone on Thursday with members of the…

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National

Libyan negotiators meet in Morocco for peace talks

RABAT – The Libyan Dialogue Committee 13 + 13 will meets on Saturday in Morocco to form a sub-committee to…

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Municipal

UNICEF: 3 schools refurbished in Libya’s Khoms city

KHOMS – The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) on Friday said it has refurbished three schools in the city of…

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National

Russian senior diplomat, UN envoy discuss Libyan settlement

MOSCOW – Issues of Libyan settlement were in focus of a telephone conversation between Russian president’s special envoy for the…

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National

Libya reports 622 new COVID-19 cases

TRIPOLI – The National Center for Disease Control of Libya on Thursday reported 622 new COVID-19 cases, taking the national…

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Migration

IOM: 86 migrants rescued off Libyan coast

TRIPOLI – The International Organization for Migration (IOM) on Thursday said that 86 migrants have been rescued off Libyan coast.…

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National

Libya starts submission of candidates for unified executive authority

TRIPOLI – Candidates for Libya’s unified executive authority can be submitted in a one-week period starting Thursday, the United Nations…

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National

Libya loses rights to vote in the UN General Assembly

NEW YORK – The United Nations announced this week that a total of seven countries have lost their rights to…

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