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Russia uses Libyan, Syrian mercenaries, US Senior Defense official confirms

Neither the exact number of fighters nor their location has been confirmed, the official said.

Up to 20,000 foreign mercenaries fighting in Ukraine for Russia - report

It is unclear where Russia's mercenaries all came from. Some are from Libya and Syria while others are part of the Wagner Group.

21/04/2022

UN investigates reports of migrant mass graves in Libya

The report did not say how many bodies the graves might contain and mission member Chaloka Beyani said a newly appointed forensic expert would try to investigate further.

By REUTERS
28/03/2022

Russia to bring Libyan, Serbian mercenaries to Ukraine - Ukrainian sources

Russia is reportedly paying foreign mercenaries a monthly salary of $300-600 to fight in Ukraine, and had approved recruitment of 16,000 Middle East volunteers.

LIBYAN COMMANDER Khalifa Haftar meets Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis (not pictured) at the

Libyan warlord's plane lands in Israel

Khalifa Haftar's landed briefly in Cyprus before heading to Israel, where it remained for two hours before returning to Cyprus.

Mossad chief Barnea meets with Libyan PM in Jordan to talk normalization - report

The Mossad chief met with the Libyan PM to discuss normalization with Israel, which may be difficult considering the ongoing chaos in Libya.

Libya’s new president is on hold - opinion

It is well within the bounds of possibility that by now the Gaddafi regime could again have been in power in Libya, with a son of the former ruler its newly elected president.

Bodies of drowned migrants wash up on Libyan shore

More than a dozen migrants drowned trying to cross the Mediterranean to find better opportunities in Europe.

By REUTERS
26/12/2021

Case of American detained in Libya shines spotlight on North African country

Libya has become synonymous with the kind of chaos that some countries sunk into after the 2011 Arab Spring.

Leila ben Khalifa becomes first woman to run for Libyan presidency

Leila ben Khalifa, an activist who heads the National Movement party, became the first woman to ever run for the Libyan presidency.

22/11/2021
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