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Bombs explode near Egyptian, UAE embassies in Libyan capital

Bombs explode near Egyptian, UAE embassies in Libyan capital

(Reuters) - Bombs exploded near the Egyptian and United Arab Emirates embassies in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, on Thursday though there were no immediate reports of casualties or major damage in the attacks. The blasts followed a series of car bombs on Wednesday mainly in...

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Libya's top court dissolves elected parliament

Libya's top court dissolves elected parliament

Libya's supreme constitutional court on Thursday formally dissolved the country's recently-elected House of Representatives (parliament). A number of lawmakers had asked the court in June to rule on the constitutionality of the assembly, which was elected in June. There has...

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Three Tunisian soldiers killed in suspected Islamist attack

Three Tunisian soldiers killed in suspected Islamist attack

(Reuters) - Three Tunisian soldiers were killed and 12 others were wounded on Wednesday in an attack by suspected Islamist militants on a bus carrying soldiers in Kef near the Algerian border, the Defense Ministry said. The attack came while Tunisia preparing its first free...

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Heavy fighting near seaport of Libyan city Benghazi, navy ship hit

Heavy fighting near seaport of Libyan city Benghazi, navy ship hit

(Reuters) - A Libyan navy ship was hit and 13 people killed during heavy fighting with aircraft and tanks on Monday between the army and Islamist militants near the port of Benghazi, residents of the Mediterranean city said. The battle was part of a wider conflict in the North...

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