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Middle East

Libya-Tunisia border closed amid trade dispute

Travellers are stranded and deliveries interrupted as the two governments work to settle the issue.

Refugees

Libyan coastguard left refugees to die in Mediterranean: NGO

A woman and a child were found dead hours after they were left in their damaged boat by the Libyan coastguard.

Libyan coastguard left refugees to die in Mediterranean: NGO

Libya

Libya: 6 migrant children suffocate to death in truck

Eight people died in a container packed with 90 other migrants who are in critical condition in western Libya.

Eight migrants found dead in shipping container in Libya

Middle East

EU's Federica Mogherini visits Libya to reopen bloc's mission

The EU relocated its Libya office to Tunis in 2014 after the 2011 uprising that toppled and killed Muammar Gaddafi.

EU's Federica Mogherini visits Libya to reopen bloc's mission

Inside Story

Who is in control of Libya's oil ports?

Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar hands over control of key oil ports after a strongly worded letter from President Trump.

Who is in control of Libya's oil ports?

Libya

Libya to resume oil exports from eastern terminals

Tripoli-based oil company says production will resume within hours and commended Haftar for putting the country first.

Libya's NOC to resume oil exports from eastern terminals

Europe

Italy's Salvini vows to end migrant arrivals by boat

Interior Minister says pregnant women, children and refugees will remain in Italy.

Italy's Salvini vows to end migrant arrivals by boat

Middle East

Libya suspends oil exports from two key ports

National Oil Corporation has declared force majeure on crude oil loadings at al-Hariga and Zweitina oil terminals

Libya suspends oil exports from two key ports

Refugees

Spanish NGO boat looking for safe dock after saving 60 refugees

Italy closes ports to a refugee boat once again, and it remains unclear where the vessel will be allowed to anchor.

Spanish NGO boat looking for safe dock after saving 60 refugees

Middle East

About 100 feared dead after boat sinks off Libya coast

Accident comes as EU leaders reach a deal to handle the influx of migrants and refugees arriving on European shores.

At least 100 feared dead after boat sinks off Libya coast

Refugees

Rights groups: 'Deaths caused by deal at EU's hands'

Humanitarian agencies fear vague deal will leave vulnerable people at risk as 100 go missing in boat sinking off Libya.

Libya

Libya calls on UN to block 'illegal' oil sale

The move comes after renegade General Khalifa Haftar seized control of two key oil terminals in eastern Libya.

Libya calls on UN to block 'illegal' oil sale

Middle East

Italy's Salvini visits Libya for talks to stop migration

Italy's newly-appointed deputy prime minister wants to set up camps in northern Africa to process people trying to migrate to Europe.

Italy

Malta says not responsible for Lifeline boat denied by Italy

Valletta refuses responsibility for ship carrying 234 migrants as Rome blocks vessel from entering Italian waters.

Malta says not responsible for Lifeline boat denied by Italy

Libya

Haftar forces 'retake' key oil terminals in Libya

Rebel groups, who attacked the terminals last week, say they still control the Ras Lanuf and Sidra oil terminals.