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B. 2014-04-13 Libyan PM to step down after attack on his family Libya
2013-06-09 Libya army chief of staff 'resigns' Benghazi, Libya
D. 2012-10-07 Libyan PM forced to stand down Libya
E. 2011-08-08 Libya rebel head sacks 'cabinet' Eastern Libya
5. 2011-05-30 8 Libyan generals defect Italy
G. 2011-02-22 Interior minister resigns Libya

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Libyan PM to step down after attack on his family

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  The newly appointed Libyan Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni is stepping down after he and his family were attacked by a militia

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  Libyan army chief of staff Youssef al-Mangoush has reportedly resigned after 30 people died in clashes between protesters and a militia in Benghazi

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  Mustafa Abu Shagur, Prime Minister-elect, has been dismissed from his post, after failing for a second time to win parliamentary approval for a new cabinet

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Aug.8   Libya rebel head sacks 'cabinet'
  Eastern Libya: The leader of rebel movement, Mustafa Abdel Jalil, has dismissed his entire executive committee, which functions as a cabinet
May.30   8 Libyan generals defect
   Italy: Eight generals from embattled Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's army have defected and are now in Italy Mar.30   Libyan foreign minister defects
  London: Moussa Koussa arrived in London Wednesday and told the government there that he has resigned
Feb.22   Interior minister resigns  Abdul Fattah Younis al Abidi has quit the government and is supporting the protesters, who he predicted will achieve victory in 'days or hours'

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