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Op-Ed: Libya Herald report claims that Tripoli government 'vanished'

Tripoli - There have been a number of rumors about what is happening in Libya, some turning out to be false. An article in the Libya Herald reports that the General National Congress (GNC) government in Tripoli has virtually disintegrated.

Op-Ed: Clashes begin as GNC speaks out against GNA in Tripoli

Tripoli - The Prime Minister of the General National Congress (GNC) Khalifa Al-Ghwell has urged the Presidency Council members of the UN-brokered Government of National Accord (GNA) in Tripoli to turn themselves in or leave the country and return to Tunis.

Op-Ed: Libyan GNA announces security arrangements in Tripoli complete

Tripoli - The UN-brokered Libyan Government of National Accord together with its Presidential Council has announced that security arrangements are complete and the GNA is ready to move to Tripoli to resume work there, rather than its current location, Tunis.

Op-Ed: Gunfire in Tripoli and airspace closed again

Tripoli - Mitiga airport in Tripoli was to have been closed "indefinitely" as of dawn Monday morning due to heavy gunfire around the airport, including anti-aircraft guns.

Op-Ed: Libyan GNA having problems relocating to Tripoli

Tripoli - The UN-brokered Government of National Accord (GNA) has still not moved to Tripoli due to continuing problems with security arrangements. The Tripoli-based General National Council (GNC) opposes the move and refuses to relinquish power.

Op-Ed: GNA to move to Tripoli within days in spite of threats

Tripoli - According to Faiez Serraj, prime minister-designate of the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA), a deal has been worked out to relocate the GNA from Tunis to Tripoli within a few days.

Op-Ed: GNC Libyan government threatens to arrest GNA security officials

Tripoli - Prime Minister Khalifa Ghwell of the General National Congress (GNC), based in Tripoli, has ordered that any member of a new Security Team from the Government of National Accord (GNA) who enters territory controlled by Libya Dawn be ordered arrested.

Op-Ed: GNC Libyan government cuts short UN envoy's news conference

Tripoli - Yesterday, Martin Kobler, the Special Representative of the UN Secretary General in Libya, met in Tripoli with the president of the General National Congress(GNC) to discuss the Libya Political Accord.

Op-Ed: Libya — 2 rival regimes and now 2 rival unity government plans

Tripoli - The situation in Libya is becoming more and more complicated. New UN envoy Martin Kobler, since taking over the job on November 17, has been pushing the two rival governments to sign on to the UN-brokered Libya Political Agreement(LPA).

Op-Ed: Internationally-recognized Libyan regime suspends meeting on LPA

Tobruk - Both the internationally-recognized House of Representatives(HoR) in Tobruk and the rival General National Congress(GNC) have yet to vote on the latest draft of the UN-sponsored Libyan Political Agreement(LPA).

Op-Ed: UN envoy talks with representatives from two rival Libyan regimes

Tripoli - Over the weekend, the new UN Special Envoy to Libya, Martin Kobler, met first with representatives of the internationally-recognized House of Representatives(HoR) in Tobruk and the General National Congress(GNC) in Tripoli.

Op-Ed: UN envoy in Cairo talks as 12 now dead in Benghazi shelling

Benghazi - The death toll from the shelling of a protest rally against the UN-brokered Libya Political Agreement(LPA) has now risen to 12 people dead and 39 wounded according to local medics.

Op-Ed: No vote in HoR on Libyan Political Agreement

Tobruk - The internationally-recognized House of Representatives(HoR) government based in Tobruk met on Monday October 12 to discuss the UN-brokered Libya Political Agreement and the six names of senior officials.

Op-Ed: Reality versus the multinational farce on Libya at the UN

New York City - There has been a high-level meeting on Libya at the UN in New York with representatives of over three dozen countries including the United States, Russia, China, the UK, Germany, France, and even Canada. The EU, AU, and Arab League had representatives.

Op-Ed: Negotiators for rival Libyan governments may meet in New York

Tobruk - The Libya Herald reports that negotiators for the two rival Libyan governments will meet in New York this Thursday and Friday, although the exact nature of the meeting was not clear.

Op-Ed: Rival Libyan governments in no hurry to approve UN agreement

Skhirat - UN Special Envoy Bernardino Leon, after completing dialogue negotiations, prepared a final text of the Libyan Political Agreement(LPA) which was to be considered by the two rival governments this last week.

Op-Ed: Rival Libyan government negotiators reach agreement

Skhirat - Bernardino Leon, the UN Special Envoy to Libya who has been involved in a long dialogue between the two rival Libyan governments along with others announced tonight agreement on a final draft of the Libyan Political Agreement(LPA).

Op-Ed: Both rival governments back at UN peace talks on Libya

Skhirat - The UN's Special Envoy to Libya appears to have convinced representatives from the two rival Libyan governments to return to talks at Skhirat Morocco, even after the internationally-recognized government had rejected the latest draft agreement.

Op-Ed: UN envoy convenes dialogue meeting without main participant

Skhirat - UN Special Envoy to Libya Bernardino Leon is apparently convening a dialogue meeting, even though the internationally-recognized government, the House of Representatives(HoR), has reportedly rejected the latest agreement.

Op-Ed: Libyan dialogue on hold as Tobruk government rejects agreement

Skhirat - The UN Special Envoy to Libya, Bernardino Leon, had been optimistic after rival Libyan government negotiators had achieved a consensus supporting a revised fifth draft of the Libya Political Agreement(LPA) to create a new unity government.

Op-Ed: Tripoli-based rival government may return to Libyan talks

Skhirat - Talks designed to forge an agreement between the two rival Libyan governments have been adjourned for two days while the Tripoli-based GNC representatives return to Tripoli to discuss recent amendments and submit names for one prime minister's deputy.

Op-Ed: Agreement reached by rival Libyan government negotiators

Skhirat - The UN Special Envoy to Libya reports that negotiators for the two rival Libyan governments have reached "consensus" on the main elements of the draft Libya Political Agreement (LPA).

Op-Ed: Libyan dialogue participants pressured to sign agreement

Tripoli - As is common with reporting on the Libyan dialogue what is most important is left out of most reports. The UN special envoy to Libya, Bernardino Leon, is putting pressure on participants to reach a final deal by September 20.

Op-Ed: Libyan dialogue talks resume amid conflicting reports

Skhirat - A new and supposedly final round of talks designed to forge an agreement between the two rival Libyan governments have started today in Skhirat Morocco, led by the Special UN Envoy to Libya, Bernardino Leon.

Op-Ed: UN envoy claims progress made during recent Libya peace talks

Geneva - The UN Special Envoy to LIbya, Bernardino Leon, claimed that two days of meetings in Geneva with all parties to the Libyan peace dialogue had made progress towards finalizing plans for a Government of National Accord.

Op-Ed: 27 GNC members meet with UN's Leon in Istanbul on Libya talks

Geneva - Bernardino Leon, the UN special envoy to Libya, is meeting today (Sept. 1) with 27 members of the General National Congress (GNC) government in Istanbul. The Tripoli-based GNC is the rival to the internationally-recognized House of Representatives(HoR).

Op-Ed: Libyan dialogue talks resume without one of two rival governments

Tripoli - Bernardino Leon, the UN Special Envoy to Libya resumed talks on forming a Government of National Accord in Skhirat Morocco even though one of two rival governments did not show up.

Op-Ed: Tripoli-based Libyan government to boycott UN dialogue talks

Tripoli - The Tripoli-based General National Congress(GNC) government has decided that it will not attend upcoming dialogue talks that will be held to further implementation of an agreement on the formation of a Government of National Accord.

Op-Ed: Geneva Libyan dialogue talks end on positive note

Geneva - After meeting for two days at the UN offices in Geneva, participants in the latest round of the Libyan Political Dialogue concluded discussions yesterday. Bernardino Leon, the UN special representative to Libya, presided over the talks.

Op-Ed: Tripoli delegates will attend Libyan peace talks in Geneva

Geneva - The Libyan peace talks in Geneva designed to forge an agreement on a Government of National Accord and end the political and military conflict between two rival governments have been postponed one day until August 11.
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