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Libya urges UN to block oil sales after clashes between rival factions

Libya urges UN to block oil sales after clashes between rival factions

Move comes after strongman Khalifa Haftar takes control of key Gulf of Sirte oil terminals Libya’s oil industry – the sole reliable source of revenue for the strife-torn country – has been plunged
Merkel and co are all smiles, but refugees will continue to drown | Owen Jones

Merkel and co are all smiles, but refugees will continue to drown | Owen Jones

EU leaders were responsible for the so-called refugee crisis in 2015. This deal does nothing to end the miseryEurope isn’t suffering from a migration crisis: it’s afflicted by a humanitarian crisis.
Around 100 people feared dead after boat capsizes in Mediterranean

Around 100 people feared dead after boat capsizes in Mediterranean

2018 is the fifth year in a row that the 'grim milestone' of 1,000 deaths there has been crossed.
The Interpreter: In U.S. and Europe, Migration Conflict Points to Deeper Political Problems

The Interpreter: In U.S. and Europe, Migration Conflict Points to Deeper Political Problems

The moon rising above a huge pile of life vests and dinghies discarded by migrants on the Greek island of Lesbos last month.
Spanish rescuers 'told by Italy to stay away from dinghy in distress'

Spanish rescuers 'told by Italy to stay away from dinghy in distress'

Crew told Libyan coastguard was dealing with incident now thought to have left 100 deadThe crew of a Spanish rescue ship have said that Italian officials told them to let the Libyan coastguard respond
EU migration deal may force NGOs to rethink, says charity

EU migration deal may force NGOs to rethink, says charity

Médecins Sans Frontières fears becoming ‘agent of Libya’ and forcing migrants to returnThe NGO vessels that rescue refugees in the Mediterranean may have to rethink their missions if they are forced
The Interpreter: In U.S. and Europe, Migration Conflict Points to Deeper Political Problems

The Interpreter: In U.S. and Europe, Migration Conflict Points to Deeper Political Problems

The moon rising above a huge pile of life vests and dinghies discarded by migrants on the Greek island of Lesbos last month.
French Newspaper Claims as Many as One Million Illegal Migrants in Libya

French Newspaper Claims as Many as One Million Illegal Migrants in Libya

The Libya correspondent for the French newspaper Le Monde has claimed the country could have as many as 700,000 to one million asylum seekers with many waiting to come to Europe.
EU’s new refugee policy under fire as children stuck in limbo in Niger | Ruth Maclean

EU’s new refugee policy under fire as children stuck in limbo in Niger | Ruth Maclean

Thousands of people are stranded in African processing camps because no other country will take themStop people in Africa, before they get anywhere near the Mediterranean, and sort them into refugees
Four Libya oil ports closed amid corruption allegations

Four Libya oil ports closed amid corruption allegations

National Oil Corporation calls for sanctions against allies of General Khalifa HaftarLibya’s United Nations-backed National Oil Corporation (NOC) has closed four oil ports held by the military chief
Malta Cracks Down on a Humanitarian Ship That Carried Migrants

Malta Cracks Down on a Humanitarian Ship That Carried Migrants

Claus-Peter Reisch, second from left, the captain of the Lifeline NGO rescue ship, and his lawyers outside the Malta court Monday after his arraignment.
Number of migrants missing at sea rises to 170 after shipwreck off Libyan coast

Number of migrants missing at sea rises to 170 after shipwreck off Libyan coast

A new shipwreck off the Libyan coast has brought the number of people missing at sea since Friday to some 170, in the latest disaster to hit migrants seeking to cross the Mediterranean.
Mediterranean: more than 200 migrants drown in three days

Mediterranean: more than 200 migrants drown in three days

Death toll for 2018 exceeds 1,000, sparking concerns over Italian and Libyan crackdownMore than 200 migrants have drowned at sea in the Mediterranean in the past three days, taking the death toll for
Saudi Arabia Promised More Oil. So Why Are Prices Rising?

Saudi Arabia Promised More Oil. So Why Are Prices Rising?

An oil tank farm in Ras Tanura, Saudi Arabia. The country’s promised production increases may not be enough to offset declines in Iran, Libya and Venezuela.
Saudi Arabia Promised More Oil. So Why Are Prices Rising?

Saudi Arabia Promised More Oil. So Why Are Prices Rising?

An oil tank farm in Ras Tanura, Saudi Arabia. The country’s promised production increases may not be enough to offset declines in Iran, Libya and Venezuela.
Part One: Qaddafi: His Bizarre Sci-Fi Stories, Childhood Hate Crimes and Amazonian Bodyguard Fetish

Part One: Qaddafi: His Bizarre Sci-Fi Stories, Childhood Hate Crimes and Amazonian Bodyguard Fetish

Muammar Qaddafi was probably the craziest bastard to ever steer a nation. In Episode 11, Robert is joined by David Bell (www.patreon.com/GamefullyUnemployed) and they discuss the insane life of Libyan
NCA: 700,000 Migrants in Libya Waiting to Board Boats to Europe

NCA: 700,000 Migrants in Libya Waiting to Board Boats to Europe

Europe’s problems with criminal trafficking gangs and illegal immigration are getting worse, the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) has warned, just days after the United Nations (UN) claimed that boat
'Turned From Rescue to Piracy': Migrants Threatened to Kill Ship's Crew Unless Sailed to Europe

'Turned From Rescue to Piracy': Migrants Threatened to Kill Ship's Crew Unless Sailed to Europe

African migrants who thought they would be denied passage to Europe became violent and threatened to kill the crew of an Italian supply ship that had rescued them.
East Libyan general hands back control of oil ports

East Libyan general hands back control of oil ports

Khalifa Haftar ends row that shut down oil industry, ceding ports to national corporationThe east Libyan strongman Gen Khalifa Haftar has handed back control of the oil ports under his authority to
Part Two: Qaddafi: His Bizarre Sci-Fi Stories, Childhood Hate Crimes and Amazonian Bodyguard Fetish

Part Two: Qaddafi: His Bizarre Sci-Fi Stories, Childhood Hate Crimes and Amazonian Bodyguard Fetish

Robert is joined again by David Bell and they continue discuss the insane life of the controversial former leader of Libya, Muammar Qaddafi.