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Libyan coastguard rescues more than 250 migrants

16 December, 2017

Migrants attempting to reach Italy have been intercepted by the Libyan coastguard, amid furore over plans to increase the Libyans' responsibility for migrant rescue operations.

Russia expanding Middle East footprint with Egypt bases

15 December, 2017

Analysis: Putin's deal with Sisi allows Moscow to project power over the region, while bolstering Cairo's international aspirations, writes Paul Iddon.

Russia 'prepared to cooperate with US' on Libya crisis

15 December, 2017

Russia and US officials have both stated their interest in tackling the ongoing crisis in Libya.

Russia pledges to help end Libya crisis

12 December, 2017

Russia says it will 'do everything necessary to help end the war in Libya and patch up differences in the country's divided political scene.

Libya slavery scandal: Europe 'complicit' in migrant abuse

12 December, 2017

Amnesty International says Europe governments' support for Libya's coastguard in curbing migrant flow makes it "complicit" in the detention, torture and trafficking of refugees, some of whom sold as slaves

Libya, Italy to join forces against people traffickers

10 December, 2017

Italy and Libya will set up a joint commission in a bid to fight back against people traffickers and tackle the problem of illegal migration.

Libya's Sufi shrines under attack by 'extremist militias': HRW

09 December, 2017

Human Rights Watch has condemned a series of attacks against Sufi shrines in Libya carried out by 'extremist' militia groups.

Britain must 'engage more' in Middle East conflicts: Johnson

07 December, 2017

UK's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says Britain should not be paralysed by scars of intervention in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya but be 'part of the solution' in the Middle East.

Refugees face Libyan slave markets under proposed European law

07 December, 2017

Comment: New EU Commission reforms could see refugees returned to 'safe' countries that are anything but safe in reality, writes Matt Broomfield.

Gaddafi's son 'seeking comeback to Libya politics'

06 December, 2017

Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, freed after six years' detention, is seeking a comeback to Libyan politics, with observers saying he could find support from loyalists to his father's old regime.

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