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Cyrene: The Stunning Ancient Greek City of Libya

Cyrene was an ancient Greek and later Roman city in Libya. It was the oldest and most important of the five Greek cities in the region.

Greece Calls for Withdrawal of Foreign Troops at Libya Conference Debut

Greece called for the withdrawal of all foreign forces from Libya on Friday during an international meeting with leaders from 30 countries and organizations...

Turkey Refuses to Join Greece, Israel, and Cyprus at Libya Conference

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told French President Emmanuel Macron at the G20 Summit this weekend that Turkey will not be part of the...

Greece to Train Libyan Coast Guard, Expand Investments in Libya

Greece announced it will begin training the Libyan Coast Guard on Monday, as part of a broader effort to expand its ties with the...

World Powers Call for Withdrawal of Foreign Troops from Libya

US Secretary of State Blinken arrived in Berlin for a meeting with German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas prior to the Libya peace talks.

Greece Angry at Being Left Out from Berlin Conference on Libya

Greece expressed anger on Thursday over the decision by Germany to exclude her from the upcoming Berlin Conference on Libya

Migrant Crisis: Children’s Bodies Washed Up on Libyan Beaches

Disturbing photographs came to light on Tuesday showing children's bodies (including babies and toddlers) washed up on a Libyan beach.

British Museum Returns Looted Ancient Greek Statue to Libya

After a long legal battle, London’s British Museum returned last week a looted ancient Greek statue of the goddess Persephone to Libya

Libyan Foreign Minister Urges Turkey to Withdraw Fighters

On Monday, the Foreign Minister of Libya, Najla al-Manqoush, called for the departure of all foreign forces and mercenaries from its soil.

Greece Says it Will Start Talks with Libya on Maritime Zones

Greece and Libya have agreed to hold talks on marking out their maritime zones in the Mediterranean, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said