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Libya’s power cuts enrage citizens, spurring protest

Dawn 05 Jul 2022
TRIPOLI ... In Tripoli several hundred people demonstrated in Martyrs Square, the biggest such protest in years, while in Tobruk people stormed the parliament building, setting bits of it on fire ... Even outside a main GECOL building in central Tripoli, a big yellow generator stands to keep the office working during power cuts.
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Libya’s Dbeibah admits misjudging crisis, tries to defuse tension

The Arab Weekly 05 Jul 2022
TRIPOLI, Libya -. Libya’s Tripoli-based government sought on Monday to quell public anger over chronic power cuts, devoting its weekly meeting to the electricity sector and admitting it had underestimated the problem ... ransacking its offices and torching part of the building.
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Libyan Presidency Council announces plan to resolve political crisis

China.dot.org 05 Jul 2022
TRIPOLI, July 5 (Xinhua) -- The Libyan Presidency ... Libya is currently divided between a government that was appointed by the House of Representatives in March, and the Tripoli-based Government of National Unity that refuses to hand over office except to an elected government.
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Lebanese protests erupt as grim economic strain worsens

Arab News 05 Jul 2022
On Tuesday, protesters closed the offices of a mobile phone operator in Tripoli, north Lebanon, and asked employees to leave their offices in protest against the rise in prices. There are growing concerns in Tripoli as thousands of families are unable to provide their basic daily necessities.
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Libya's power cuts enrage citizens, spurring protest

The Times of India 04 Jul 2022
TRIPOLI/BENGHAZI ... In Tripoli, several hundred people demonstrated in Martyrs Square, the biggest such protest in years, while in people stormed the parliament building, setting bits of it on fire ... Even outside a main GECOL building in central Tripoli, a big yellow generator stands to keep the office working during power cuts.
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Libya's Dbeibah seeks calm after electricity protests

Urdu Point 04 Jul 2022
Tripoli, July 4 (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 4th Jul, 2022 ) .Libya's Tripoli-based government sought on Monday to quell public anger over chronic power cuts, devoting its weekly meeting to the electricity sector and admitting it had underestimated the problem.
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‘Fragile situation’ as Libya anger boils over living conditions

Gulf News 03 Jul 2022
Tripoli ... its offices and torching part of the building ... Supporters of the eastern-based administration have shut off the oil taps as leverage in their efforts to secure a transfer of power to Bashagha, whose attempt to take up office in Tripoli in May ended in a swift withdrawal.
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Libyan protesters storm, set fire to parliament in Tobruk

The Jordan Times 03 Jul 2022
TRIPOLI — Protesters stormed Libya’s parliament in the eastern city of Tobruk on Friday and set parts of it ablaze, venting their anger at deteriorating living conditions and months of political deadlock ... After Bashagha failed to enter Tripoli in May, the rival administration has taken up office further east in Sirte, Kadhafi’s coastal hometown.
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War-torn Libya grapples with renewed unrest

The Manila Times 03 Jul 2022
TRIPOLI ... its offices and torching part of the building ... Supporters of the eastern-based administration have shut off the oil taps as leverage in their efforts to secure a transfer of power to Bashagha, whose attempt to take up office in Tripoli in May ended in a swift withdrawal.
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Concerns mount over violence, ‘fragile situation’ in Libya

The Arab Weekly 03 Jul 2022
In Tripoli on Friday, hundreds came out to demand elections, fresh political leadership and an end to the chronic power cuts ... Supporters of the eastern-based administration have shut off the oil taps as leverage in their efforts to secure a transfer of power to Bashagha, whose attempt to take up office in Tripoli in May ended in a swift withdrawal.
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UN secretary general urges calm in Libya as protests spread

The Observer 03 Jul 2022
“The secretary general is following with concern the demonstrations that were held in several cities in Libya, including Tripoli, Tobruk and Benghazi,” the office of Guterres said in a statement ... This weekend, protesters held their biggest rallies in years in the capital, Tripoli, ...
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Libya’s rival leaders under pressure as protests grow

The Observer 03 Jul 2022
In Tripoli on Friday hundreds came out to demand elections, fresh political leadership and an end to the chronic power cuts ... Supporters of the eastern-based administration have shut off the oil taps as leverage in their efforts to secure a transfer of power to Bashagha, whose attempt to take up office in Tripoli in May ended in a swift withdrawal.
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Libyan protesters storm the legislature in Tobruk

Taipei Times 02 Jul 2022
AFP, TRIPOLI ... People in Martyrs’ Square in Tripoli on Friday protest power outages ... A rival body known as the High Council of State is based in Tripoli ... After Bashagha failed to enter Tripoli in an armed standoff in May, the rival administration took up office further east in Sirte, Qaddafi’s hometown.
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Libya’s Dbeibah calls for ‘election’ as protesters storm parliament in Tobruk

The Arab Weekly 02 Jul 2022
TRIPOLI – ... Dbeibah’s comments come after protesters stormed the parliament building in the eastern city of Tobruk and staged the biggest demonstration for years in the capital Tripoli, in the west ... After Bashagha failed to enter Tripoli in May, the rival administration has taken up office further east in Sirte, Gadhafi’s coastal hometown.
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'Fragile situation' as Libya anger boils over living conditions

Urdu Point 02 Jul 2022
In Tripoli on Friday, hundreds came out to demand elections, fresh political leadership and an end to the chronic power cuts ... Supporters of the eastern-based administration have shut off the oil taps as leverage in their efforts to secure a transfer of power to Bashagha, whose attempt to take up office in Tripoli in May ended in a swift withdrawal.

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