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On Condition Of Anonimity, Sources From Italy's Government Recognize Libya's Fayez Serraj "Hardly Gains Ground" And Khalifa Hafter's Health Is A Worrying Issue

(Picture: Italy’s PM Paolo Gentiloni while visiting Tripoli as the first leader ever after Fayez Serraj moved there in early 2016. Source: La Stampa, April 12th, 2016) 504 more words

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Thousands of Displaced in Southern Libya in Desperate Need of Help

The U.N. refugee agency is appealing to armed groups in southern Libya to allow humanitarian access to thousands of people displaced by fighting to provide urgently needed relief. 258 more words

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Italy's Air Force To Support Libya's Counterpart In 2018, Air Marshal Fernando Giancotti Says

(Picture: a Libyan C-130, 2012 filed pic. Source: www.c130.net)

by Alessandro Pagano Dritto (Twitter: @paganodritto)

 Interviewed by Notizie Geopolitiche‘s Vanessa Tomassini last April 11th, the Italian Air Marshal… 479 more words

Libya

Italy's Ambassador To Libya Giuseppe Perrone Speaks In Defence Of Tripoli's Coast Guard, 29 Academics Call On UNSC, ICC And EU To Address Rome's Action

(Picture: Ship “Capri” from Italy’s Navy while stationing in Tripoli. Source: Italy’s Defence Ministry’s official website)

by Alessandro Pagano Dritto (Twitter: @paganodritto)

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Libya

Hurriya. Syrian stories (2012)

In May 2012, I collaborated with the Italian director Ciro Scuotto in the realisation of the film Hurriya (meaning “Freedom” in arabic).

War stories, escape-routes, will of justice and daily life of the Syrian refugees: shot in Lebanon, mostly in Tripoli,  24 more words

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Tripoli deserves better media coverage

An analysis on Tripoli’s media-coverage developed with the support of the Samir Kassir Foundation and published the 15th of February 2015 by SKeyes – Centre for Media and Cultural Freedom. 1,376 more words

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