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# Libya

Last year
More than 60 people feared dead after boat sinks off Libya
Libyan prosecutor general orders arrest of eight officials after flooding disaster
Libyan authorities divide flood-hit city of Derna with buffer zones fearing disease outbreaks
Experts had warned for decades about dams that burst killing thousands
Aid arrives in flood-hit Libya, where at least 40,000 people are displaced
Libyan prosecutor opens probe into collapse of two dams after 11,000 killed
Death toll soars to 11,300 after flooding in Libyan coastal city of Derna
UN says thousands of Libya flood deaths could have been avoided
Nearly 4,000 dead after Libya floods and thousands more missing
More than 5,300 people feared dead and 10,000 missing in flood-hit eastern Libya
Former French president Sarkozy faces 2025 trial over alleged Libyan corruption
LÉ William Butler Yeats to be sent to Mediterranean as part of arms embargo on Libya
UN investigation finds migrants stuck in Libya are being tortured and forced into sex slavery
All time
Man accused of being Lockerbie bombmaker in US custody
Inside Operation Irini: Smugglers, social media clues and the high seas search for illegal arms
Operation Irini: With Irish forces inside a mission to end arms smuggling to Libya
‘Empty bellies’: Unweaned calves left without milk for long periods on journey to Europe
‘A slow, terrible death’: The fate of Irish cattle exported outside of the EU
'Export loophole’: Irish cattle shipped from Spain on ‘substandard’ vessels
At least 32 dead, 159 wounded after violent clashes in Libya's capital
Bodies of 28 migrants found on Libyan coast
Court says Gaddafi's son can contest Libya's presidential election, overturning disqualification
Pope urges governments to cease returning migrants to detention centres in Libya
Libya's interior minister survives attempted assassination
United Nations report finds Trump ally violated Libya arms embargo
Celebrations in Tripoli as Libyans mark 10th anniversary of uprising that led to overthrow of Gaddafi
Rescuers pick up hundreds of migrants near Libyan coast
UK government pressed over victims of IRA attacks linked to Libyan explosives
Department twice failed to act on UN letter asking how former naval vessel ended up being used in Libyan Civil War
Migrants jump off rescue boat in bid to reach Italian island
Over 80 people feared dead after migrant boat capsizes off Tunisia
UN Security Council fails to condemn fatal attack on Libya migrant centre
Nearly 40 people killed after airstrike hits migrant centre in Libya
Ireland considered sanctions on Gaddafi's Libya over IRA support but was worried about beef
Three dead as gunfire and explosions rock Libya's foreign ministry building
Questions remain over Lockerbie bombing as memorials are held to mark 30th anniversary
Suicide bomber who killed 22 in Manchester Arena was rescued by British navy in Libya
Irish nurse helps deliver baby boy on board rescue ship
'It's a job like no other': Irish experts who help respond to humanitarian crises
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy in police custody over campaign financing