6 thoughts on “Libyan warlords kill, injure Turkish sailors

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  2. Libya: Air transport strike forces flight cancellations

    The Libya Herald reported Tuesday: “In a rare if awkward sign that Libya is not completely split into two, airport handlers and airline caterers have gone on strike across the country, forcing delays and cancellations at Tripoli’s Mitiga and Misrata airports as well as at Labrak.”

    Workers in the General Union of Air Transport Workers (GUAT), along with staff at the Libyan Company for Ground Handling and the Libyan Company for Air Catering, say they have not been paid for two months and announced over a week ago that they would go on strike on May 25 if they were not paid.



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  5. GREECE: Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias has expelled the Libyan ambassador over a treaty with Turkey that grants it sweeping economic exploitation rights in the Mediterranean.

    Greece, Cyprus and Egypt say the deal is illegal under international law and ignores their right to waters in between Turkey and Libya.

    The deal also involves security provisions allowing the Turkish military access to Libyan land, water and airspace, though the Tripoli government controls very little of the country beyond the capital.



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