The Managing Director of the Libya Africa Investment Portfolio (LAIP) passed away last Thursday in a hospital in Malta after struggling with an illness over the last few years.
By Matthew Vella Libyan-Maltese crime syndicate bolstered by Gatrani’s letter saying smuggling kingpin Fahmi Slim’s fuel...Read More
The United Nations Special Envoy to Libya Ghassan Salamé said he is optimistic with the “peaceful and constructive...Read More
By Libya Analysis Arturo Varvelli has written a report for The George Washington University Program on Extremism titled...Read More
By Jean-Pierre Sereni While European economies appear to have weathered the storm, dark forecasts for the Arab world persist.Read More
By Richard Roth The UN secretary-general said Monday he is “horrified” at reports showing African migrants sold as slaves and called for immediate investigations.
By Abdulkader Assad The Chief of Anti-Illegal Immigration Department (AIID) Mohammed Besher has denounced the allegations in the media reports about violations against illegal immigrants in Libya.
By Lamine Ghanmi There have been Libyans killed in vendettas between rival militias, Christian Egyptian migrant workers slain by terrorists and African migrants have drowned in the Mediterranean.
By Jamille Bigio As families work tirelessly to increase their income, and nations drive ever harder to spur economic growth, it can be easy to overlook the fact that the secret to growth may be hidden in plain sight. Saudi Arabia realized...
“Never let formal education get in the way of your learning” – Mark Twain By Safa Alharathy Activists have launched a campaign on Facebook to help in establishing the first school in the depth of the Libyan desert, near...
He was in Haftar’s Prison since last year!! A source from the family of Abdul-Raheem Al-Mesmary who was appeared on Egyptian TV channels, a few days ago, said that Abdul-Raheem was arrested by the Dignity Operation that led by General...
Since 30 July 2017, the eastern Libyan city of Derna has been subject to tight military encirclement.
By Fredrick Nwabufo The usual victim shaming and blaming has assailed CNN’s report on African migrants – some of them Nigerians – who are being sold into slavery in Libya.
By Alison Pargeter Given the complex attitudes towards foreign interventions in Libya, we need a clear strategy that stands up to local, regional, and international scrutiny.
By Mat Nashed A crack down on comic books and video games has pushed militias and civil society farther away from each other, prompting the youth to think about fleeing the country.
Joint tribunals should be used to try Libyan war crime suspects to end the impunity in the country, UNSMIL chief Ghassan Salame has said.
By Arnaud Delalande On Nov. 10, 2017, 28 people were found shot dead southwest of the Libyan capital in Wershafana area. Among the victims were soldiers from the Libyan National Army, one of the main regimes competing for power in the country.
By Joseph Tanfani The terrorism case against a Libyan militia leader accused of plotting the deadly Benghazi attacks concluded in a federal courtroom Thursday, with prosecutors depicting him as a “stone-cold terrorist” driven by a rage...
By Peter Millett Corruption is the scourge of countries trying to lift themselves out of poverty. Around the world, politicians and officials are putting their hands in the till and stealing their country’s wealth.
By Chris Stephan Violence and political disputes are preventing Libya’s oil production settling back to pre-conflict levels.
By Abdullah Ben Ibrahim Notorious killer of Saiqa militia, Mahmud Al-Werrfalli, has launched a foul-mouthed attack on so-called Chief of Control and Judicial Authority, Oun Al-Furjani, a senior tribal aide to warlord Khalifa Haftar, accusing...
More evidence of mass-killings By Arnaud Delalande On Nov. 10, 2017, 28 people were found shot dead southwest of the Libyan capital in Wershafana area. Among the victims were soldiers from the Libyan National Army, one of the main regimes...