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Khalifa Haftar's rival Libya government resigns after Benghazi protests
The rival government in eastern Libya submitted its resignation after a number of protests over deteriorating living conditions and corruption.
Macron invites Libyan rebel commander to France
French President Emmanuel Macron has officially invited the commander of Libya’s rebels to France, despite the fact that rebel militia groups have for months been undermining peace in the North African country.
Khalifa Haftar is not a force for good in Libya
Robert Inlakesh is a journalist, writer and political analyst, who has lived in and reported from the occupied Palestinian West Bank. He has written for publications such as Mint Press, Mondoweiss, MEMO, and various other outlets. He specializes in analysis of the Middle East, in particular Palestine-Israel. He also works for Press TV as a European correspondent.
Haftar wants guns to speak, claims offensive in final phases
Forces under the command of Libya's renegade general, Khalifa Haftar, have rejected a UN call to return to the negotiating table, saying war is the best way to resolve the conflict.
Haftar forces say hit Libya airbase, destroy Turkish aircraft
Forces loyal to Libya’s renegade General Khalifa Haftar said they launched airstrikes early Tuesday against an airbase in Misrata held by government loyalists.
6 Turkish citizens detained in Libya now released: Ministry
Six Turks detained in Libya by forces loyal to commander Khalifa Haftar have been released, Turkey's foreign ministry spokesman says, a day after it warned the militia would become a "legitimate target" unless they were released immediately.
Libya clashes resume with 35 dead, thousands displaced
Libyan military strongman Khalifa Haftar pushed on with his assault on Tripoli Monday, defying international calls for a ceasefire days into a battle that has left dozens dead.
Escalating Libya conflict prompts international alarm
The military conflict shaking Libya escalated Sunday as forces of strongman Khalifa Haftar launched an airstrike on a suburb of Tripoli and the UN-backed government vowed a major counteroffensive.
Tunisia offers to mediate in Libya crisis
Libyan military strongman Khalifa Haftar has visited neighboring Tunisia for talks with President Beji Caid Essebsi, who offered to act as a mediator between rival Libyan factions.
Libya’s Haftar vows to liberate major cities including Tripoli
Libya’s retired General Khalifa Haftar has pledged to retake the eastern city of Benghazi and the capital city of Tripoli in two weeks and three months respectively.

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