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16 PEOPLE KILLED, 52 INJURED IN LIBYA MILITIA CLASHES

At least 16 people were killed and 52 wounded in fighting between armed groups in Tripoli, the health ministry said Saturday, following the latest politically driven violence to hit the Libyan capital.The fighting began on Thursday night and extended into Friday afternoon. On Saturday, violence erupted in Libya’s third city Misrata, prompting the US embassy… Continue reading 16 PEOPLE KILLED, 52 INJURED IN LIBYA MILITIA CLASHES

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I REGRET DECEIVING MY FATHER TO RAISE N.8M FOR LIBYAN TRIP — SAYS RETURNEE

One of the 172 returnees brought to Lagos early, yesterday, from Libya, Omoniyi Azizat, has expressed regret for deceiving her father to raise N800,000 for her botched trip to Libya.The airlift of the 172 persons arrived the Murtala Muhammad International Airport, Lagos.DCO Global News Published on November 26, 2021 By Odoh Dominic Chukwuemeka Recounting her… Continue reading I REGRET DECEIVING MY FATHER TO RAISE N.8M FOR LIBYAN TRIP — SAYS RETURNEE

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SON OF FORMER LIBYAN LEADER GADDAFI TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT

DCO Global News learned that Gaddafi is one of the most prominent figures expected to run for president – a list that also includes renegade eastern commander Khalifa Haftar, Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah and Parliament Speaker Aguila Saleh.Son of the former Libyan leader, Muammar al-Gaddafi, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi has registered as a presidential candidate… Continue reading SON OF FORMER LIBYAN LEADER GADDAFI TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT

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162 STRANDED NIGERIANS BACK FROM LIBYA

One hundred and sixty-two Nigerians, comprising 98 women, 28 men, 24 children and 12 infants who were stranded in Libya, have been repatriated back home, the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) said yesterday.The returnees, who arrived the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) in Ikeja, Lagos, were brought back from Tripoli, Libya, by the International Organisation… Continue reading 162 STRANDED NIGERIANS BACK FROM LIBYA