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UN-backed government faces rival administration in Tobruk

Warlord Khalifa Haftar has made advances in other parts of eastern and southern Libya. But his forces have been stalled near the capital Tripoli. Libya's UN-recognised government has stopped Haftar from taking the city, and Turkey is expected to increase its presence in the country. Shoaib Hasan takes a look at the power relations in Libya. #LibyaWar #Tripoli #LibyaGovernment

Why is Turkey making deals with Libya’s UN-recognised government?

Why is Turkey making deals with Libya’s UN-recognised government?

The humanitarian cost of the violence in Libya

The humanitarian cost of the violence in Libya

Russia’s Wagner mercenaries retreat from Libya’s Tripoli

Russia’s Wagner mercenaries retreat from Libya’s Tripoli

Libya's UN-backed government retakes key air base

Libya's UN-backed government retakes key air base

Concerns over escalating violence as Israel bombs Gaza

Concerns over escalating violence as Israel bombs Gaza

German foreign ministry in a pickle over leopard emoji faux pas

German foreign ministry in a pickle over leopard emoji faux pas

CCP – History of ushering change in China

CCP – History of ushering change in China

Muslims targeted in 51 percent of hate crimes in Sweden – report

Muslims targeted in 51 percent of hate crimes in Sweden – report

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Uncovering the unexpected bond of Stockholm syndrome

Researchers develop liquifying metal robots

Researchers develop liquifying metal robots

Sweden faces severe backlash over Quran-burning incident

Sweden faces severe backlash over Quran-burning incident

'RRR' makes history for India with Oscar nomination

'RRR' makes history for India with Oscar nomination

Palestinian man 'unnecessarily' killed by Israeli soldiers

Palestinian man 'unnecessarily' killed by Israeli soldiers

Rising attacks against Asian Americans in the US

Rising attacks against Asian Americans in the US

The UK faces its largest ambulance and NHS strikes yet

The UK faces its largest ambulance and NHS strikes yet

Rohingya refugees 'abused' by elite Bangladeshi police unit

Rohingya refugees 'abused' by elite Bangladeshi police unit

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