Libya Current Affairs, GK & News

Russia’s Wagner Group of Mercenaries

1,000 mercenaries from the Wagner Group, a Russian private military company, are being deployed to the eastern part of Ukraine. For the past eight years, this group has been active in Syria, Ukraine, and African countries. They have been accused of committing human rights abuses and war crimes. Formation of the group Dmitri Utkin, a ..

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Who are FACT rebels of Chad?

The Libya based rebels that are currently attacking Chad are called FACT. FACT is Front for Change and Concord in Chad. On April 20, 2021, the President of Chad Idriss Deby died of injuries after fighting against these rebels. About FACT FACT was formed in 2016. A group of rebels split from the UFDD after ..

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Libyan Prime Minister resigns: Libyan crisis, Civil War, role of United Nations

The Libyan Prime Minister Fayez Serraj is to resign by the end of October 2020. The United Nations has welcomed his resignation. Government of National Accord The current Libyan government under the leadership of PM Fayez Serraj is called the Government of National Accord. This government was formed under the initiative of United Nations in ..

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Egypt to Deploy Troops in Libya

The Parliament of Egypt has adopted a resolution authorizing the deployment of troops outside the country. This is after President Abdel Fateh el-Sisi had threatened stern military action against the Turkey-backed forces in Libya. The resolution has been passed by the members of the Egyptian Parliament i.e. the members and the members of the armed ..

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Clashes intensify in Libya, UN raises aid alarm

The fighting in and around the capital city of Tripoli has intensified and is not likely to abate in the near future. There are growing fears of it taking shape of a full-blown civil war. The UN envoy to the country, Maria do Valle, has raised an alarm about the possible shortages of aid and ..

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