1. Russia Reinforces Foothold in Libya as Militia Leader Retreats  The Wall Street Journal
  2. Libya: Haftar's forces mobilise mercenaries for Sirte battle  Al Jazeera English
  3. Talks may lead to end of blockade of Libyan oilfields  The Guardian
  4. Libya's NOC confirms international talks on resuming oil output  Reuters
  5. Libya's GNA: 'Liberation' of Sirte, Jufra 'more urgent than ever'  Al Jazeera English
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Moscow is sending reinforcements to Libyan military leader Khalifa Haftar while shopping for new allies in the divided country, as Moscow seeks to shape the fate of the nation and its oil reserves.Moscow is sending reinforcements to Libyan military leader Khalifa Haftar while shopping for new allies in the divided country, as Moscow seeks to shape the fate of the nation and its oil reserves.

Russia Reinforces Foothold in Libya as Militia Leader Retreats - WSJ

As preparations for the battle for Sirte intensify, thousands of foreign fighters are on the way to the key city.As preparations for the battle for Sirte intensify, thousands of foreign fighters are on the way to the key city.

Libya: Haftar's forces mobilise mercenaries for Sirte battle | News | Al Jazeera

Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) hopes oil production will resume after international talks to end a blockade by eastern-based forces in the civil war, which has stopped almost all energy exports for six months, it said on Monday.Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) hopes oil production will resume after international talks to end a blockade by eastern-based forces in the civil war, which has stopped almost all energy exports for six months, it said on Monday.

Libya's NOC confirms international talks on resuming oil output - Reuters

The President of France, Emmanuel Macron, has broken up the years-long steady relationship with Khalifa Haftar and his forces in Libya, saying it is a wrong idea that the world thinks France backs up Haftar in the war-ravaged country. The French President said in a joint press conference with the German Chancellor Angela Merkel that Paris doesn't back up Haftar in Libya but itThe President of France, Emmanuel Macron, has broken up the years-long steady relationship with Khalifa Haftar and his forces in Libya, saying it is a wrong idea that the world thinks France backs up

Macron: France doesn't support Haftar in Libya | The Libya Observer

A tribal leader in Libya's oil-producing region on Monday indicated tribes there were ending a blockade on output and exports, saying "we opened the oil",A tribal leader in Libya's oil-producing region on Monday indicated tribes there were ending a blockade on output and exports, saying "we opened the oil",

Tribal leaders in Libya "reopen oil fields" and authorize Haftar to negotiate procedures

French President Emmanuel Macron lashed out Monday against Turkey's “criminal” responsibility in Libya. Speaking during a visit to Germany, Macron strongly condemned Turkey's actions in Libya as “unacceptable.” France sees Ankara as an obstacle to securing a cease-fire in the conflict-tornFrench President Emmanuel Macron lashed out Monday against Turkey's “criminal” responsibility in Libya. Speaking during a visit to Germany, Macron strongly condemned Turkey's actions in Libya as “unacceptable.” France sees Ankara as an obstacle to securing a cease-fire in the conflict-torn

Macron condemns Turkey's 'criminal' actions in Libya

UAE urges US to intervene in Libya against Turkey, letter showsThe United Arab Emirates is lobbying the U.S. to intervene in the Libyan civil war, a document obtained by TRT World shows, aiming to help turn the tide back to the advantage of...

UAE urges US to intervene in Libya against Turkey, letter shows | Daily Sabah

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A document obtained by TRT World appears to show the UAE lobbying for an American intervention in Libya, a move that turns its back on Turkey and the GNAA document obtained by TRT World appears to show the UAE lobbying for an American intervention in Libya, a move that turns its back on Turkey and the GNA

Exclusive: The UAE is lobbying to pit the US against Turkey in Libya

Mercenaries mobilized to support Libya's LNA forces in Sirte battle - CGTN

Providing support to warlord Khalifa Haftar brings no benefit to Paris, says The Independent - Anadolu AgencyProviding support to warlord Khalifa Haftar brings no benefit to Paris, says The Independent - Anadolu Agency

'France isolated after Haftar's defeat in Libya'

Turkish Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Fatih Donmez said yesterday that his country will cooperate with the Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) on oil and gas exploration. Speaking on a l...

Turkey to cooperate with Libya company on oil, gas exploration – Middle East Monitor

By Yasar Yakis* Ambivalence has started to creep into Turkish-Russian relations. Perhaps it had been present since the outset but was concealed by the twoBy Yasar Yakis* Ambivalence has started to creep into Turkish-Russian relations. Perhaps it had been present since the outset but was concealed by the two

Turkish-Russian Cooperation Runs Into Difficulties - OpEd - Eurasia Review

''Up against the seven powers...'' This historic expression (''Yedi düvele karşı'') remains rooted deeply in the Turkish psyche and has become part of the recurring narrative, whenever Turkey's perception of itself vis a vis the West (and Russia) surfaced. In short, Turks have no friends; all are against them. This is the concept that guides Turkish foreign policy today.''Up against the seven powers...'' This historic expression (''Yedi düvele karşı'') remains rooted deeply in the Turkish psyche and has become part of the recurring narrative, whenever Turkey's perception of itself vis a vis the West (and Russia) surfaced. In short, Turks have no friends; all are against them. This is the concept that guides Turkish foreign policy today.

Turkey's expansive foreign policy and the imminent offensive in Libya - long read | Ahval

''Up against the seven powers...'' This historic expression (''Yedi düvele karşı'') remains rooted deeply in the Turkish psyche and has become part of the recurring narrative, whenever Turkey's perception of itself vis a vis the West (and Russia) surfaced. In short, Turks have no friends; all are against them. This is the concept that guides Turkish foreign policy today.''Up against the seven powers...'' This historic expression (''Yedi düvele karşı'') remains rooted deeply in the Turkish psyche and has become part of the recurring narrative, whenever Turkey's perception of itself vis a vis the West (and Russia) surfaced. In short, Turks have no friends; all are against them. This is the concept that guides Turkish foreign policy today.

Turkey's expansive foreign policy and the imminent offensive in Libya - long read | Ahval

Egypt may support Libyan tribes, play ‘game of chicken’ with Turkey | Ahval

Egypt may support Libyan tribes, play ‘game of chicken’ with Turkey | Ahval

The United Arab Emirates and Turkey are locked in a regional power struggle that has fueled conflict in Libya and could spark renewed fighting in Syria. This struggle, like that between Saudi Arabia and Iran, threatens to keep the Middle East and North Africa on edge.The United Arab Emirates and Turkey are locked in a regional power struggle that has fueled conflict in Libya and could spark renewed fighting in Syria. This struggle, like that between Saudi Arabia and Iran, threatens to keep the Middle East and North Africa on edge.

UAE-Turkey Rivalry Wreaks Havoc in Libya and Syria

Tension between France and Turkey escalated after a June 10 incident between Turkish warships and a French naval vesselTension between France and Turkey escalated after a June 10 incident between Turkish warships and a French naval vessel

French President Emmanuel Macron calls out Turkey's 'criminal' actions in Libya - The National

BENGHAZI (Sputnik) - Sheikh Senussi al-Haleeq, the deputy chairman of the Supreme Council of Libyan Sheikhs and Elders, told Sputnik in an interview that a great number...BENGHAZI (Sputnik) - Sheikh Senussi al-Haleeq, the deputy chairman of the Supreme Council of Libyan Sheikhs and Elders, told Sputnik in an interview that a great number...

Libya's Tribal Young Men Ready to Fight If Turkey Enters Oil Fields - Council of Sheikhs - Sputnik International

Libya’s Muslim Brotherhood is planning to circumvent American and international demands to dissolve its affiliated militias.Libya’s Muslim Brotherhood is planning to circumvent American and international demands to dissolve its affiliated militias, by suggesting the creation of a “national guard” and marketing it extensively, in a manoeuvre aimed at buying some additional time in the face of the mounting pressures.

Pressed to dissolve militias, Sarraj floats idea of forming ‘national guard’ | | AW

MESEBERG, Germany: French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday accused fellow NATO member Turkey of “criminal responsibility” over its involvement in the Libyan conflict, in an escalating row with Ankara. Turkey has increased its military presence “and massively re-imported extremist fighters from Syria” even after foreign powers agreed earlier this year to end their meddlingMESEBERG, Germany: French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday accused fellow NATO member Turkey of “criminal responsibility” over its involvement in the Libyan conflict, in an escalating row with

Macron slams Turkey’s ‘criminal responsibility’ in Libya | Arab News

egypttoday,Politics,Business,Economy,Art,culture,Local news,Special interest,Press Review,News,ResourcesThe minister confirmed that the statements made by the European and Arab countries regarding the Libyan crisis confirm the international interest in the Cairo Declaration.

Shoukry says Egypt contacts Libyan parties to bring views closer - Egypt Today

DOHA (Sputnik) - The head of Libya’s UN-recognized Government of National Accord Fayez Sarraj has called on the International Criminal Court to send specialists to...DOHA (Sputnik) - The head of Libya’s UN-recognized Government of National Accord Fayez Sarraj has called on the International Criminal Court to send specialists to...

GNA Leader Sarraj Calls on ICC to Investigate Actions of LNA in Libya - Sputnik International

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Europe should counter Turkey’s Ottoman-inspired political and military intervention in Libya to prevent President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan from gaining control over key energy assets in the country, Graham Paul wrote for EU Reporter.Europe should counter Turkey’s Ottoman-inspired political and military intervention in Libya to prevent President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan from gaining control over key energy assets in the country, Graham Paul wrote for EU Reporter.

Erdoğan’s neo-Ottoman expansion in Libya should be countered by EU | Ahval

Europe should counter Turkey’s Ottoman-inspired political and military intervention in Libya to prevent President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan from gaining control over key energy assets in the country, Graham Paul wrote for EU Reporter.Europe should counter Turkey’s Ottoman-inspired political and military intervention in Libya to prevent President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan from gaining control over key energy assets in the country, Graham Paul wrote for EU Reporter.

Erdoğan’s neo-Ottoman expansion in Libya should be countered by EU | Ahval

Despite cease-fire calls in Libya, Turkey and its allies might be readying for a push toward the strategically important areas of Sirte and al-Jufra next month.Despite cease-fire calls in Libya, Turkey and its allies might be readying for a push toward the strategically important areas of Sirte and al-Jufra next month.

Turkey gears up for tougher challenge in Libya as conflict heats up

Egyptian President al-Sisi draws a red line in the civil war raging in neighboring Libya, threatening to intervene if Turkish-backed forces try to take the city of Sirte.

Egypt threatening to enter Libyan civil war, risking regional clash

Egyptian President al-Sisi draws a red line in the civil war raging in neighboring Libya, threatening to intervene if Turkish-backed forces try to take the city of Sirte.

Egypt threatening to enter Libyan civil war, risking regional clash

Ex-Hezbollah leader praises Turkish intervention in Libya | Ahval

Ex-Hezbollah leader praises Turkish intervention in Libya | Ahval

BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:40 P.M.) - The U.S. State Department spokesperson, Morgan Ortagus, said Washington shares the Libyan embassy's concerns about foreignBEIRUT, LEBANON (8:40 P.M.) - The U.S. State Department spokesperson, Morgan Ortagus, said Washington shares the Libyan embassy's concerns about foreign

US is worried about Russian interference in Libya's oil trade

The leader of Libya’s UN-recognised Government of National Accord (GNA) and the Italian prime minister Giuseppe Conte have agreed to establish a committee thatThe leader of Libya’s UN-recognised Government of National Accord (GNA) and the Italian prime minister Giuseppe Conte have agreed to establish a

GNA’s Sarraj, Italy’s Conte agree to help Italian firms return to Libya

France's Macron slams Turkey's 'criminal responsibility' in Libya - International - World - Ahram Online

Any intervention by other countries on merchant ships that go to Libya from Turkey is illegal, says expertAny intervention by other countries on merchant ships that go to Libya from Turkey is illegal, says expert

‘Turkey can use right of self-defense in Mediterranean’

PARIS (AP) — French President Emmanuel Macron lashed out Monday against Turkey's “criminal” responsibility in Libya. Speaking during a visit to Germany, Macron strongly condemned Turkey's actions in Libya as “unacceptable.” He said Turkey “doesn't respect any of its commitments." France sees Ankara as an obstacle to securing a cease-fire in the conflict-torn country. Tensions between France and Turkey escalated following a June 10 incident between Turkish warships and a French naval vessel in the Mediterranean, which France considers a hostile act under NATO’s rules of engagement. Turkey has denied harassing the French frigate. France accused Turkey of repeated violations of the U.N. arms embargo and of importing Syrian fighters to Libya. Macron also condemned interference in Libya from Russian private military contractor Wagner. Libya has been in turmoil since 2011 when a NATO-backed uprising toppled leader Moammar Gadhafi, who was later killed. The country has since been split between rival administrations in the east and the west, each backed by armed groups and different foreign governments. Macron denied backing the east-based forces led by commander Khalifa Hifter, stressing France is in favor of finding a “political solution.” The U.N.-supported government in the capital, Tripoli, is mainly backed by Turkey. <p>PARIS (AP) — French President Emmanuel Macron lashed out Monday against Turkey's “criminal” responsibility in Libya.</p> <p>Speaking during a visit to Germany, Macron strongly condemned Turkey's actions in Libya as “unacceptable.”</p> <p>He said Turkey “doesn't respect any of its commitments." France sees Ankara as an obstacle to securing a cease-fire in the conflict-torn country.</p> <p>Tensions between France and Turkey escalated following a June 10 incident between Turkish warships and a French naval vessel in the Mediterranean, which France considers a hostile act under NATO’s rules of engagement.</p> <p>Turkey has denied harassing the French frigate.</p> <p>France accused Turkey of repeated violations of the U.N. arms embargo and of importing Syrian fighters to Libya.</p> <p>Macron also condemned interference in Libya from Russian private military contractor Wagner.</p> <p>Libya has been in turmoil since 2011 when a NATO-backed uprising toppled leader Moammar Gadhafi, who was later killed.</p> <p>The country has since been split between rival administrations in the east and the west, each backed by armed groups and different foreign governments.</p> <p>Macron denied backing the east-based forces led by commander Khalifa Hifter, stressing France is in favor of finding a “political solution.” The U.N.-supported government in the capital, Tripoli, is mainly backed by Turkey.</p>

Macron condemns Turkey's 'criminal' actions in Libya - SFChronicle.com