Libyan Afterparty
Libyan Afterparty
U.S. Confirms: Haftar Is Moscow’s Man in Libya

America’s top general in Africa has confirmed that Russia is up to new tricks in Libya.

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Russia Plays Power Broker in Libya

Moscow is courting Washington’s support for the Libyan general fighting the UN-backed government.

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Will Egypt’s Champion in Libya Take Benghazi?

Libya’s Gen. Haftar may be winning back Benghazi from the Islamist militias. That’s good news for the internationally recognized parliament in Tobruk, and its worried neighbor and backer, Egypt.

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The Battle for Benghazi, with an Egyptian Assist?

Libya’s General Haftar aims to retake Benghazi—with the aid of Egyptian airpower and coordination.

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Egypt Wants International Support for Disarming Libyan Militias

Egypt is appealing to the international community to back an effort to disarm the Libyan militias. Whether this appeal succeeds or not, it is clear that Egypt is prepared to act on the growing danger next door.

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Libya to UN: Help Us Before We Become a "Failed State"

Libya’s Foreign Minister entreats the U.N. Security Council for non-military aid, warning that the country is dangerously close to becoming a “failed state.”

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