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23:08, 25 May 2015 Monday

Libya tribes urge Egypt to arm Tobruk-based army

Libyan tribes have asked Egypt to provide weapons for defence for the Tobruk-based army.

15:08, 15 April 2015 Wednesday

Tobruk army strikes camp in Libya's Tripoli

The camp is located in Tajura, a town in eastern Tripoli, according to a police officer from the Tripoli Security Directorate.

18:02, 12 April 2015 Sunday

Libya's Haftar arrives in Jordan

The visit comes at an invitation from Jordanian King Abdullah II, the Tobruk-run news agency reported.

11:43, 07 April 2015 Tuesday

Tobruk army commander arrested in S Libya

Ali Mohamed bin Nayel, a commander of the Tobruk-backed army, was arrested during clashes with tribesmen in southern Libya

10:44, 29 March 2015 Sunday

Libya Tobruk govt to ask Arabs to give arms

Libya's Tobruk-based government will ask the Arab League to disregard an arms embargo on its army if the United Nations Security Council does not approve a Libyan request in this regard, a government official said Saturday.

14:10, 09 March 2015 Monday

Libya's Haftar sworn in as army chief

According to military spokesman Ahmed al-Mesmari, the Libya's Tobruk-based parliament approved a bill regulating the appointment of the country's army chief.

16:33, 26 February 2015 Thursday

Libya's GNC invites UN envoy to Tripoli

The UN has been sponsoring talks aimed at ending months of infighting between the fractious North African country's warring factions

21:46, 24 February 2015 Tuesday

Libya's Tripoli parliament backs 'unconditional dialogue'

A fresh round of dialogue between Libya's warring factions had been scheduled for Thursday in Morocco

14:55, 24 February 2015 Tuesday

Libya s official parliament loses favor of west

Though Haftar’s forces declare themselves to be the Libyan National army, it has become clear that the west doesn’t view them in the same light.

12:21, 24 February 2015 Tuesday

Turkey says official Libyan gov't targeting its companies there

Libya's internationally-recognized Tobruk government announced a decision to exclude Turkish companies from state projects in Libya. Any ban of Turkish companies would be limited to the eastern rump state where Thinni's forces are in control.

11:30, 08 February 2015 Sunday

Libya's Hariga oil export port shut by strike

The shutdown of oil export ports has led to a budget crisis.

09:32, 06 February 2015 Friday

Libya court recognizes Tobruk parliament polls

Earlier, the Libyan Supreme Court discredited the internationally recognized Libyan parliament, laying the groundwork for more political chaos in the violence-wrecked North African country.

14:29, 29 January 2015 Thursday

Rivals agree 'in principle' to move peace talks to Libya

Libya's warring sides agree to resume peace talks in Libya following two rounds of Geneva negotiations.

16:54, 25 January 2015 Sunday

Gunmen kidnap Libyan deputy foreign minister

Kidnappings have become frequent in the North African country, where two governments and parliaments, allied to different armed factions, are vying for legitimacy and control

22:20, 12 January 2015 Monday

Libya congress undecided on Geneva dialogue

The congress faulted United Nations Envoy to Libya Bernardino Leon, who announced the venue and date of the dialogue session without first consulting it.

15:48, 06 January 2015 Tuesday

Libya bans Palestinians Syrians and Sudanese from entry

Thinni's government only be able to enforce the ban at the eastern airports of Tobruk and Labraq and the land crossing with Egypt

12:52, 05 January 2015 Monday

Qatari FM meets Libya's rival FM in Doha

The official reception he was given in Doha may signal a possible shift in Qatar's position to the Tobruk-based government and parliament.

15:17, 25 December 2014 Thursday

14 Libyan troops killed in attack on power plant

Soldiers were on duty guarding power plant when attacked.

12:40, 01 October 2014 Wednesday

Benghazi group boycotts Libya dialogue

In a statement, the Benghazi Revolutionaries Shura Council said that dialogue came upon a "suspicion invitation" and argued that it was not based on "solid foundations."

13:38, 04 September 2014 Thursday

Scores of Egyptian trucks enter Libya every day bringing foodstuffs, agricultural products and other materials to the restive North African country.

11:10, 03 September 2014 Wednesday

Libya denies recalling Turkey envoy over diplomatic spat

Libyan MP Ibrahim Omaish denied reports that said that the House of Representatives decided to recall the envoy in protest of remarks by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on which city should be hosting the sessions of the recently-elected Libyan parliament.

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