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Libya uncovers remains of 21 Coptic Christians beheaded by jihadists in 2015

The remains have been unearthed of 21 Coptic Christians beheaded by jihadists on a Libyan beach two years ago, the interior ministry said on Saturday.

Libya pro-GNA force drives rival out of Sabratha

A security force loyal to Libya's internationally recognised government announced on Friday that it has driven a rival militia out of the city of Sabratha, after three weeks of deadly fighting.

Four dead in suicide bombing in Libya’s Misrata

At least four people were killed on Wednesday in an Islamic State group suicide bomb attack at the main court building in Libya's third-largest city Misrata, security officials told AFP.

Libya rivals made progress in Tunis talks – UN

Representatives of Libya's rival authorities have made progress on amending a deal on a political transition for the North African country, the special UN envoy said on Sunday.

East Libyan govt issues retaliatory entry ban against US citizens

A government based in eastern Libya on Wednesday said it would bar entry to U.S. citizens after President Donald Trump’s administration included Libya in a new travel ban.

17 killed as US strikes IS camp in Libya

US forces carried out six "precision air strikes" against an Islamic State camp in Libya, killing 17 people, the US Africa Command said Sunday.

Libya rescues 542 Europe-bound migrants in two days

Libya's coastguard has rescued almost 550 migrants this week in four separate operations west of the capital Tripoli, navy spokesperson General Ayoub Kacem said on Wednesday.

Boris Johnson visits Libya’s Haftar, urges him to stick to ceasefire

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson met Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar during a visit to Benghazi on Thursday and urged him to stick to a ceasefire announced in Paris last month and to back U.N.-led efforts to end Libya’s conflict.

Libya asks Britain’s Johnson to help lift arms embargo

Libya's unity government chief Fayez al-Sarraj urged visiting British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Wednesday to help lift a United Nations arms embargo in force since the 2011 Libyan revolution.

Italian troops wanted out of Libya

Libya has vowed to counter Italian ships helping control migrant movement on its territorial waters.

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Hamas rejects US envoy’s demand to recognise Israel

Islamic Hamas movement rejected Thursday the demands of the U.S. Middle East Envoy Jason Greenblatt to accept the requirements of the International Quartet for Peace in the region.

1000 Nigerians in Thailand prison – Ambassador Nuhu Bamali

Close to 1000 Nigerians are in prison in the Asian country of Thailand; Nigerian Ambassador to Thailand, Nuhu Bamali, has said.

Presidency criticises N-Power volunteers’ rampage

The presidential aide on Thursday criticised the violent attack on the Warri 1 MTN Connect Store by N-Power volunteers who attempted to forcibly collect N-Power devices not allocated to them.

Antonio Conte hits back at Jose Mourinho over injury jibe

Antonio Conte warned Jose Mourinho to stop talking about Chelsea after the Manchester United boss criticised managers who complain about injuries.

Uproar as Turkey detains top civil society figure

Turkish police have detained a businessman who is one of the country’s leading civil society figures, reports and his lawyer said Thursday, raising fresh alarm over freedom of expression under President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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House of Reps seek N1.8 billion compensation for poultry farmers over bird flu

The House of Representatives has ordered investigation into the non-payment of N1.8 billion to poultry farmers over loss from bird flu. This followed a motion under matters of urgent national importance by Abdulrazak Namdas (Adamawa-APC).

I would relish the chance to manage England – Mauricio Pochettino

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has revealed he would like to manage England at some point in the future.

Rare north Atlantic hurricane heads for Ireland, UK

Britain and Ireland braced Sunday for a lashing from Ophelia, the largest hurricane ever recorded so far east in the Atlantic Ocean, after it dumped heavy rains on Portugal’s Azores islands.

Tax evasion: Investigate enablers to stop scheme – Litchfield-Tshabalala

In a bid to stop the illicit flow of money from Africa, governments of African countries have been advised to go after firms that enable multinational companies to avoid or evade tax.

LAUTECH striking doctors demand 12 months salary arrears

Striking doctors of LAUTECH Teaching Hospital, Ogbomoso, Oyo State, have appealed to the State Government to pay them their 12 months salary.