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Can a federal system unite Libyans?

The New Arab 27 May 2022
This political system was amended in 1963 and dissolved in 1969 when Gaddafi took power, leaving many Cyrenaicans to feel marginalised as the institutions and government offices of the then-co-capital, Benghazi, were mostly moved to Tripoli.'' ... were mostly moved to Tripoli.
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Libyan oil production drops by 35% during blockade

The New Arab 21 May 2022
... parliament in a direct challenge to Tripoli-based interim Prime Minister Abdulhamid Dbeibah ... "Production has fallen by about 600,000 barrels a day," Oil and Gas Minister Mohammed Aoun said in an interview with AFP at his office in Tripoli during the early days of the oil blockade.
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Clashes erupt in Libya's capital as newly-approved gov't enters

Xinhua 18 May 2022
Damaged cars are seen after clashes in the capital Tripoli, Libya, May 17, 2022 ... Earlier in the day, Bashagha, accompanied by a number of ministers, arrived in Tripoli "in preparation for the start of his government's work there," according to a statement by the new government's information office ... Army forces gather in Tripoli, Libya, May 17, 2022.
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Libyan militias clash; premier flees capital

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 18 May 2022
Prime Minister Fathi Bashagha's office said he had arrived in Tripoli with a number of Cabinet ministers early Tuesday -- three months after his appointment to lead an interim government ... Bashagha's office said he and his ministers later left Tripoli "for the sake of the security and safety of citizens and to stop the bloodshed."
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Bashagha will base government in Sirte, after ‘clear failure’ in Tripoli

The Arab Weekly 18 May 2022
Parliament-appointed Prime Minister Fathi Bashagha’s office said he had arrived in Tripoli with a number of cabinet ministers early Tuesday, three months after his appointment to lead an interim government ... Bashagha's office said he and his ministers later left Tripoli “for the ...
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Roundup: Clashes erupt in Libya's capital as newly-approved gov't enters

Xinhua 17 May 2022
TRIPOLI, May 17 (Xinhua) -- Clashes erupted in different parts ... Earlier in the day, Bashagha, accompanied by a number of ministers, arrived in Tripoli "in preparation for the start of his government's work there," according to a statement by the new government's information office.
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Libya's PM leaves Tripoli after clashes

Egypt Today 17 May 2022
Libya's Prime Minister Fat'hi Bashagha and a number of ministers have left the capital, Tripoli, hours after their attempt to enter the city triggered clashes, the media office of the interim Libyan government announced Tuesday. Bashagha’s office ...
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Clashes break out in Tripoli, drive away rival Libyan prime minister

Stars and Stripes 17 May 2022
Prime Minister Fathi Bashagha’s office said he had arrived in Tripoli with a number of Cabinet ministers early Tuesday — three months after his appointment to lead an interim government ... Bashagha’s office said he and his ministers later left Tripoli “for the sake of the security ...
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Clashes break out in Tripoli, drive rival Libyan PM away

Killeen Daily Herald 17 May 2022
Prime Minister Fathi Bashagha’s office said he had arrived in Tripoli with a number of ministers from his Cabinet early on Tuesday — three months after his appointment to lead an interim government in the war-wracked country ... Later Tuesday, Bashagha's office said he and his ...
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Bashagha quits Tripoli after clashes break out in Tripoli

Middle East Online 17 May 2022
Prime Minister Fathi Bashagha’s office said he had arrived in Tripoli with a number of Cabinet ministers early Tuesday — three months after his appointment to lead an interim government ... Later Tuesday, Bashagha's office said he and his ministers left Tripoli “for the sake of the security and safety of citizens and to stop the bloodshed.”.
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UN advisor on Libya pleased with encouraging progress in talks between HoR and HSC

Egypt Today 17 May 2022
Libya's Prime Minister Fat'hi Bashagha and a number of ministers have left the capital, Tripoli, hours after their attempt to enter the city triggered clashes, the media office of the interim Libyan government announced Tuesday. Bashagha’s office said he and his ...
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Disputed Libyan PM forced from Tripoli as fighting kills one

The New Arab 17 May 2022
A Libyan militia fighter was killed in clashes in Tripoli on Tuesday as clashes broke out in the capital forcing the prime minister appointed by parliament, Fathi Bashagha, to leave the city. Bashagha's authority is disputed by a rival government led by Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, which controls Tripoli.
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Clashes break out in Tripoli as rival Libyan premier arrives

Beaumont Enterprise 17 May 2022
Prime Minister Fathi Bashagha’s office said in a terse statement that he arrived in Tripoli with a number of ministers from his Cabinet — three months after his appointment to lead an interim administration in the crisis-stricken nation ... Over the weekend, rival militias also clashed in Tripoli’s neighborhood of Janzour.
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Rival Libyan PM arrives in Tripoli from east to seat Cabinet

Killeen Daily Herald 17 May 2022
CAIRO (AP) — The office of one of Libya’s rival prime ministers said he arrived in the country’s capital of Tripoli on Tuesday with the expectation to seat his government — three months since his appointment to lead an interim administration in the crisis-stricken nation ... Over the weekend, rival militias clashed in Tripoli’s neighborhood of Janzour.
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Libya’s parliament-appointed prime minister quits Tripoli after clashes

Arab News 17 May 2022
TRIPOLI. Libya’s parliament-appointed prime minister Fathi Bashagha left the capital Tripoli on Tuesday, his office said, hours after his attempt to enter the city led to clashes between rival factions ... Fathi Bashagha, accompanied by several ministers, in the capital Tripoli to begin his work there.”.

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