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US State Department to Release 55,000 Pages of Hillary Clinton's E-Mails

The US government will release on Tuesday 55,000 pages of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s e-mails concerning the 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya, State Department spokesman John Kirby said in a daily briefing.

UK Foreign Office Warns of New Terror Attacks in Tunisia

London advises UK nationals in Tunisia to avoid vicinity of Algeria and Libya that have seen much fanatical violence.

US, Italy Discuss Situation in Libya - Pentagon

US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter and his Italian counterpart Roberta Pinotti discussed the current situation in Libya among other issues during their meeting at the NATO Defense Ministerial in Belgium on Wednesday, the Pentagon said in a statement.

Airstrike Kills ISIL Militant Linked to 2012 Benghazi Attack on US Embassy

An Islamic State militant linked to the 2012 attack on a US embassy in Benghazi, which killed US ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens, was wiped out during a US airstrike in Iraq, the Pentagon said late Monday.

Italian FM Gentiloni Calls for Dialogue With Russia Amid Int'l Crises

Italy’s top diplomat stressed the need for Russia’s involvement in solving acute international crises, such as those in Syria and Libya.

Kremlin: West's Support of Conflicts in Libya, Syria Created Migrant Crisis

The European countries are responsible for the current refugee influx from Libya and Syria after they initiated military operations in those states, Kremlin Chief of Staff Sergei Ivanov said Sunday in an interview with the Financial Times.

What if Washington Allowed Assad to Stop Syrian War?

The examples of Iraq in 2003, Libya in 2011 and the tragedy in Syria have illustrated clearly that acting in favor of those seeking to topple "repressive regimes" may result in massive destruction and heavy casualties, US scholar Peter Harris notes.

Putin: Situation in Syria Could Have Followed Libyan, Iraqi Scenarios

Moscow is concerned that situation in Syria could develop as those in Libya or Iraq, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum Friday.

Former Gaddafi Security Chief Calls for Dialogue in Libya Crisis

Former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's cousin and security chief told Sputnik in an exclusive interview that rebuilding Libya's army is key to returning the country to order.

Libyan Authorities Guilty of Torture, Mistreatment of Detainees - HRW

According to rights group, Libya's internationally-recognized government is responsible for widespread torture and abuses in detention facilities under their control in the east of the country.

Senior Al-Qaeda Figure in Libya Targeted in US Counterterrorism Strike

The United States targeted senior al-Qaeda commander Mokhtar Belmokhtar in an airstrike in Libya on Saturday night?

Al-Qaeda Commander Mokhtar Belmokhtar Killed in US Airstrike - Libyan Gov't

Mokhtar Belmokhtar, an al-Qaeda-linked commander responsible for mass hostage taking at a desert gas plant in eastern Algeria in 2013, was killed in a US airstrike in Libya on Saturday night, Libyan government said late on Sunday.

You Break It, You Buy It: UN, NATO Finally Attempt to Fix Libya Mess

United Nations-led talks began on Monday in the Moroccan resort town of Skhirat to attempt to find a political solution to the chaos in Libya following the NATO-backed uprising that has left the war-torn country rudderless and in all-out civil war.

G7 Fails to Comply With 2014 Commitment on Libyan Security - Research Group

The G7 Research Group's director claims that G7 leading economies did not uphold security in Libya as pledged at its previous summit.

Egypt, Italy FMs Agree Stabilization in Libya First Step Against Terrorism

The foreign ministers of Egypt and Italy consider political reconciliation in Libya to be the first step in countering terrorism and organized crime in the Mediterranean region, the Egyptian Foreign Ministry spokesman said following Sunday's bilateral meeting of the top diplomats.

ISIL Makes Inroads in Libya Amid Country's Chaos

The Islamic State has carried out assaults on several Libyan cities, raising fears that the group may use Libyan bases to stage attacks elsewhere.

Islamic State Captures Another Town in Libya

The Islamic State fighters in Libya have taken control of Harawa, a desert town 50 kilometers east of Sirte, news reports said on Saturday.

GOP Threatens State Dept Budget Cuts Over Clinton Benghazi Doc Delays

US Republicans are considering cutting the State Department's budget over their slow response to a request for documents pertaining to the 2012 terrorist attack on the US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

Over 5,000 Migrants Saved in Mediterranean Since Friday – EU Border Agency

More than 5,000 migrants from Libya, who departed to the European Union on 25 boats, were saved since Friday in the Central Mediterranean by the vessels deployed as part of EU operation Triton, the European border agency Frontex said in a statement on Sunday.

At Least Five Killed in ISIL Suicide Attack on Libya Checkpoint

The Islamic State (ISIL) militant group claimed responsibility for suicide bombing near a security checkpoint outside the city of Misrata in northwestern Libya that killed at least five people.

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