Following two days of clashes that killed almost 200 soldiers early last week, the two sides agreed a ceasefire, brokered by Russia, to end hostilities, though the situation on the border has remained tense.
Guterres, in the statement carried by Libya Al Ahrar, called for an immediate cessation of violence in Tripoli and urged the Libyan parties to engage in a genuine dialogue to address the ongoing political impasse and not to use force to resolve their differences.
Fierce fighting erupted in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, at the evening on Friday hours and lasted for several hours on the following day as the rival factions exchanged heavy fire and several big explosions occurred across the city.
Bashagha’s office said he and his ministers left Tripoli later Tuesday “for the sake of the security and safety of citizens and to stop the bloodshed.”
In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on November 8.
During a protest was called for by Hezbollah and Amal movement, five people were killed and more than 30 others were injured in gunfire that erupted in the Tayouneh area.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry received Saturday a phone call from Pakistani counterpart Shah Qureshi who expressed appreciation and support.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry received Friday a phone call from Tunisian counterpart Othman Jerandi as they examined efforts deployed to end the Israeli aggression and clashes on Palestinian territories.
The United Nations indicated Friday that Israeli strikes incurred the destruction of 200 residential units in Gaza Strip as well as 31 educational establishments.
The injuries were caused by rubber bullets, stun grenades, and beating up.
The clashes took place in Oromiya Special Zone, an area in Amhara with a majority Oromo population, and the town of Ataye.
Those were killed in clashes southern Tripoli.
Nigeria imposed a dusk to dawn curfew in central Plateau state after least 70 people died in communal clashes between farmers and semi-nomadic herders.
The demonstrators, waving Greek flags, had tried to approach the signature ceremony on the banks of Lake Prespa.
A dispute between members of Al-Shouman family in the town of Sereen al-Fawqa in Baalbek was renewed on the basis of a previous problem about a year ago.
Clashes erupted as thousands protested for a third consecutive Friday along Gaza's border amid violence in which Israeli forces have killed 34 Palestinians.
Activists blocked roads and clashed with police in Honduras as part of nationwide protests against the contested re-election of President Juan Orlando Hernandez.
The only functioning airport in the Libyan capital reopened on Saturday after a five-day closure caused by deadly clashes that left passenger jets damaged.
Fighting at the Libyan capital's only working international airport killed at least 20 people Monday, officials said.
Tunisian police on Wednesday night clashed with anti-government protesters in at least five towns including one district of the capital Tunis