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UNHCR News Statement on death of Sudanese asylum seeker [EN/AR]

Reliefweb 13 Oct 2021
UNHCR is deeply distressed to learn of the death of a 25 year-old male Sudanese asylum seeker in Tripoli last night. According to reports received, the victim had been beaten and shot before being transported to one city hospital by a group of masked armed men ... ENDS. .
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Reports of physical and sexual violence as Libya arrests 5,000 migrants in a week

The Observer 08 Oct 2021
Medical charity Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) said the number of people in Tripoli’s detention centres has more than trebled since Monday ... “Entire families of migrants and refugees living in Tripoli have been captured, handcuffed and transported to various detention centres ... Migrants at a detention centre in Zawiya, west of Tripoli, in 2019.
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Thousands of migrants arrested in Libyan crackdown held in ‘inhumane conditions’

Arab News 08 Oct 2021
Medical charity Médecins Sans Frontières said the number of people in the Libyan capital Tripoli’s detention centers has more than tripled since Monday ... “Entire families of migrants and refugees living in Tripoli have been captured, handcuffed and transported to various detention centers.
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Aid group reports violence against migrants in Libya centres

The New Arab 08 Oct 2021
“Entire families of migrants and refugees living in Tripoli have been captured, handcuffed, and transported to various detention centres. In the process, people have been hurt and even killed, families have been split up and their homes have been reduced to piles of rubble.” ... ....
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Thousands beaten up, detained following days of mass arrests in Tripoli

Reliefweb 06 Oct 2021
Following five days of mass arrests of migrants and refugees from the streets of Tripoli, the number of people being held in detention centres has exploded ... “Entire families of migrants and refugees living in Tripoli have been captured, handcuffed and transported to various detention centres.”.
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SNTRI - Tunis/Tripoli Bus Service to Resumes Operations September 24

All Africa 22 Sep 2021
Tunis/Tunisia -- The National Company of Intercity Transport (SNTRI) announced Monday that its international Tunis-Tripoli, Libya bus service will resume operations on September 24, while maintaining the old schedule ....
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Flights between Libya, Malta resumed

Sina 20 Sep 2021
TRIPOLI, Sept ... "We officially announce the resumption of flights between Tripoli and Valletta for the first time in more than two years," Mohammad Shuhubi, the Libyan Minister of Transportation, told a press conference in the Mitiga International Airport of the capital Tripoli ... .
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5A-ONE: The Story Of Gaddafi’s Private Airbus A340-200

Simple Flying 11 Sep 2021
Photo ... Photo. ... Photo ... Photo. ... 5A-ONE was captured by Libyan rebels at Tripoli airport in August 2011 ... Libyan rebels took over Gaddafi’s A340 in 2011 and displayed it at Tripoli airport ... The A340 was damaged in the crossfire at Tripoli airport but remained airworthy. CNN coverage describes its transport after that to the Airbus facility at Toulouse.
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WFP Libya Country Brief, August 2021

Reliefweb 09 Sep 2021
WFP Libya signed a Service Level Agreement with GIZ on 21 May 2021, where WFP Libya is responsible for providing Logistic services to GIZ including customs clearance at Libyan Ports and airports, land transport to all Libyan regions, and storage at WFP Libya third parties’ warehouses in Tripoli and Benghazi.
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Deputy FM Fragogiannis in Benghazi: Greece is in Libya to stay

Greek City Times 06 Jul 2021
The contacts in Tripoli and Benghazi show that sectors of collaboration include infrastructure, energy, health and maritime transport ... Speaking to AMNA, Smyrlis referred to contacts in Tripoli and Benghazi with the ministers of development, cooperation, foreign affairs, health and economy, as well as with business agencies and chambers of commerce ... .
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Air Malta flies to Libya for first time since July 2014

The Malta Independent 02 Jul 2021
 The unscheduled flight to Tripoli’s Mitiga Airport transported a delegation led by Minister ...
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Russian delegation arrives in Lebanon to study Beirut port

The New Arab 28 Jun 2021
The Russian delegation will spend three days at the Port of Beirut and another three in the Port of Tripoli to study the feasibility of repairing wheat silos there, Lebanon Transport Minister Michel Najjar told local media after a meeting with the Russian delegation Monday morning ... one in Tripoli and one in the Zahrani refinery in southern Lebanon.
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Russian delegation studying how to rebuild Beirut port

The New Arab 28 Jun 2021
They will spend three days at the Port of Beirut and three in the Port of Tripoli to study the feasibility of repairing wheat silos there, Lebanon Transport Minister Michel Najjar told local media after a meeting with the Russian delegation Monday morning ... one in Tripoli and Zahrani refinery in southern Lebanon.
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Libya fails to stop migrant detention abuses, as EU-backed returns soar

The New Humanitarian 24 Jun 2021
After the official release in mid-January, MSF said it received calls from several former detainees who were disoriented and confused after spending years in detention only to be dropped off in front of UNHCR’s office in Tripoli by transport organised by UNHCR and the DCIM.
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Talking sexual harassment with Tripoli's taxi drivers

Daily Star Lebanon 10 Jun 2021
Public transport drivers in Tripoli have been attending awareness sessions on sexual harassment, in a first of its kind not just for one of Lebanon’s most conservative cities, but the country as a whole ... .
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