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        Libyan Parliament Sets Parliamentary Elections for January 2022

        On Monday, the Libyan Parliament approved a law for parliamentary elections to take place a month after the planned 24 December presidential elections.

        Inside the latest mission to save migrants in the Mediterranean

        This is the time of the year when small flimsy boats, known in Spanish as pateras, try to cross the Mediterranean Sea into Europe. The central Mediterranean route is the most dangerous way to reach..

        Italy says Libyan coastguard fired on its fishing boats

        The Libyan coastguard on Thursday fired on three Italian fishing boats, injuring the captain of one of the vessels, Italian authorities said.

        Armed Group Blocks Mellitah oil Complex - Libya

        An armed group forcibly closed the entrances and exits of the Mellitah Oil Industrial Complex in western Libya, near Tripoli.

        Maritime border dispute emerges between Lebanon & Syria

        The Syrian government signed a 4-year contract with a Russian company for oil and gas exploration in the Mediterranean Sea that could spark a new border crisis between Lebanon and Syria.

        Turkey and Greece spark new flare-up in the Med

        ANKARA: Fears of a new conflict between Turkey and Greece have soared after Ankara sent a new scientific research vessel into the Aegean Sea.

        Libya's UN ambassador wonders if Libya will commit to ceasefire

        The Libyan ambassador to the United Nations Taher El Sonni said the ceasefire agreement by the Presidential Council and House of Representatives in Tobruk isn't the first, saying he hoped this time..

        Turkish, Qatari & German ministers visit Libya amid ceasefire efforts

        Turkey and Qatar’s defence ministers and Germany’s foreign minister visited the Libyan capital Tripoli on Monday amid efforts to secure a ceasefire in the divided country, Libyan and Turkish media..

        Who owned the chemicals that blew up Beirut? No one will say

        In the murky story of how a cache of highly explosive ammonium nitrate ended up on the Beirut waterfront, one thing is clear — no one has ever publicly come forward to claim it.

        Greece moves in naval fleet to Mediterranean over Turkish encroachment

        Greece has moved in almost its entire naval fleet in response to manoeuvres in the eastern Mediterranean by a Turkish research vessel and accompanying warships.