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Libya on the Brink: Militia, govt forces fight to control airport

Libya's Prime Minister Fayez al Sarraj has accused the leader of a rival milita, General Khalifa Haftar, of betraying him. Haftar ordered his forces to begin an offensive to take the capital Tripoli on Thursday, the developments signal a serious escalation of the conflict in Libya that has dragged on since the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011. #Libya #LibyaAirport #LibyaWar

The humanitarian cost of the violence in Libya

The humanitarian cost of the violence in Libya

Libya On The Brink: UN urges truce to evacuate wounded

Libya On The Brink: UN urges truce to evacuate wounded

Thousands Displaced as Khalifa Haftar Orders His Forces to Capture Tripoli

Thousands Displaced as Khalifa Haftar Orders His Forces to Capture Tripoli

Khalifa Haftar: Libya's strongman

Khalifa Haftar: Libya's strongman

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Indian healthcare workers demand better conditons

Kiev welcomes some residents back

Kiev welcomes some residents back

TRT World screens first film festival

TRT World screens first film festival

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Hunger grips Uganda's northeast

Texas police admit error in waiting to storm classroom

Texas police admit error in waiting to storm classroom

Zelenskyy appeals for more weapons as fighting escalates in east

Zelenskyy appeals for more weapons as fighting escalates in east

Millions of tonnes of grain stuck in Ukraine due to blockades

Millions of tonnes of grain stuck in Ukraine due to blockades

Sievierodonetsk mayor: At least 1,500 people killed by Russia

Sievierodonetsk mayor: At least 1,500 people killed by Russia

California parched by its worst ever drought

California parched by its worst ever drought

Türkiye marks anniversary of 1960 coup

Türkiye marks anniversary of 1960 coup

America's biggest gun lobby to hold meeting after mass shooting

America's biggest gun lobby to hold meeting after mass shooting

Global warming may lead to irreversible damages in Antarctica

Global warming may lead to irreversible damages in Antarctica

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