ESPS Canarias to Boost Operation Sophia

Spanish Navy’s Santa Maria-class frigate SPS Canarias (F86) is on its way to join the EU Naval Force’s ...

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LÉ NIAMH Rescues 98 Migrants off Libya

The LÉ NIAMH, Irish Navy’s latest contribution to the search and rescue efforts in the Mediterranean, saved ...

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Irish Navy Saves More Migrants off Tripoli

Irish Navy’s vessel LÉ EITHNE successfully located and rescued a total of 647 migrants off two separate ...

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LÉ EITHNE Rescues a Total of 519 Migrants off Tripoli, Libya

Irish Navy’s vessel LÉ EITHNE successfully located and rescued a total of 519 migrants off three separate ...

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LÉ EITHNE Saves 100 Migrants off Tripoli, Libya

After rescuing some 360 migrants on the morning of June 15, the LÉ EITHNE successfully located and rescued ...

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LÉ EITHNE Rescues 201 Migrants off Libya

The Naval Service flagship the LÉ EITHNE conducted a successful rescue operation of 201 migrants 60 kilometres ...

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Ten Dead, More than a Thousand Rescued off Italy

Ten people died and more than a thousand have been rescued off Italy’s coast, official said. Starting on Tuesday, ...

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Many Dead after Boat Sinks Off Libya

A boat carrying up to 250 African emigrants has sunk off Libyan coast on Sunday, and according to a Libyan navy ...

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South Korea’s Destroyer to Evacuate Citizens from Libya

South Korea’s ROKS Munmu the Great (DDH-976) destroyer is on its way to Libya to evacuate South Korean ...

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UK Navy Ship Transports British Citizens from Libya

A Royal UK Navy patrol ship is helping to bring home British citizens after an upturn in unrest in Libya.   ...

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Morning Glory Arrives Safely in Tripoli, Libya under US ...

A commercial oil tanker, the Morning Glory, carrying cargo of oil owned by the Libyan government National Oil ...

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HMS Montrose Sailors Earn Libya Medal

HMS Montrose Sailors Earn Libya Medal

Back in 2011, a total of 16 warships, submarines and Royal Fleet Auxiliary vessels supported humanitarian, embargo ...

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HMS Kent Departs Tripoli, Libya

HMS Kent Departs Tripoli, Libya

The first Royal Navy frigate to be invited to Tripoli in over 40 years has concluded a successful visit. HMS Kent, ...

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Servicemen from 815 Naval Air Squadron to Get Medals ...

Servicemen from 815 Naval Air Squadron to Get Medals for Their Part in NATO-Led Libya Operation

The 4 servicemen from 815 Naval Air Squadron are among 1,500 Royal Navy personnel to receive medals for their part ...

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HMS Echo Pays Historic Visit to Libya

HMS Echo Pays Historic Visit to Libya

IF YOU don’t recognise the ancient ramparts – or the flag for that matter – it’s because no Royal Navy sailor has ...

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UK: Minister for Defence Equipment Thanks Missile Plant ...

Minister for Defence Equipment Thanks Missile Plant for Support During Libya Operation

Hundreds of workers at a British missile factory have been thanked by the Minister for Defence Equipment, Support ...

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HMS Brocklesby Gets Award for Deeds off Libya

HMS Brocklesby Gets Award for Deeds off Libya

The crew of HMS Brocklesby are the best in the minehunting business as they and their ship were rewarded for their ...

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Chief of Defence Staff Visits HMS Ocean to Praise Libya Role

Chief of Defence Staff Visits HMS Ocean to Praise Libya Role

The Chief of the Defence Staff (CDS), General Sir David Richards, has visited HMS Ocean to praise the ship’s ...

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Royal Navy Destroyer Returns from Operations off Libya

  Royal Navy destroyer will be welcomed home by the Secretary of State for Defence Philip Hammond as it ...

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HMS Liverpool to Complete 150th Day on Patrol off ...

  Veteran destroyer HMS Liverpool will complete her 150th day on patrol off Libya on Monday – as she prepares ...

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RFA Fort Rosalie Completes Libya Mission

  The Navy’s long-running mission off Libya is over for supply ship RFA Fort Rosalie. Fort Rosalie broke away ...

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