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EU lifts weapons embargo on Libya

European Union foreign ministers have agreed to end sanctions against Libya, including an arms embargo. Italy had argued for the lifting of the 18-year-old arms ban, so that it could supply Libya with hi-tech equipment intended to curb illegal migration. EU ambassadors decided on 22 September that the sanctions – imposed in 1992 – should be lifted. But ministers, meeting in Luxembourg, have now gone further in removing the arms embargo, which dates back to 1986. Full Story

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