By Salma El Wardany Libya’s getting better at resolving stoppages in its oil industry, underpinning a growing perception that the OPEC member is closer to becoming a stable producer again.
A human rights and political activist has filed a complaint with the International Criminal Court accusing renegade Libyan...Read More
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A special forces unit linked to the Libyan National Army (LNA) declined the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) request to hand over one of its commanders, Marhmoud al-Werfalli, for allegedly executing dozens of prisoners.
An elite forces unit linked to the army that controls much of eastern Libya has snubbed international efforts to bring to justice one of its senior officers for allegedly executing dozens of prisoners.
By Tsvetana Paraskova Libya is returning with more barrels to the market after its biggest oil field started raising production and an export terminal re-opened for tanker loading.
ICC issues arrest warrant for Mahmoud al-Warfalli, accusing him of committing and ordering ‘murder as a war crime’
Doctors Without Borders (DWB) said on Saturday it was suspending its migrant rescues in the Mediterranean because it felt threatened by the Libyan coastguard and the Italian government’s policies have made its job harder.
By Rizq Faraj Rizq When she was 35, Mabrooka Hussein feared she might never get married. “So I decided to venture into a mixed marriage, despite the warnings I received,” she recalled.
By Riham Alkousaa United Nations children agency UNICEF warned on Wednesday that more than half a million children in Libya need help and called on warring parties to end the violence and negotiate a political solution to the crisis.
The Libyan navy on Thursday ordered foreign vessels to stay out of a coastal “search and rescue zone” for migrants headed for Europe, a measure it said targeted NGOs.
Sources from the city of Derna, eastern side of Libya, said, on Wednesday, that armed elements affiliated with the forces of the Dignity Operation that led by General Khalifa Haftar had shot citizens from Derna on the way to Martouba, eastern...
Rights body slams the ‘culture of impunity’ after documenting third case of killings in Benghazi since July.
Intense and earnest coordination between Libya’s neighboring states, particularly Egypt and Algeria as the two most influential, is the key to limit the growth of affiliate militants of the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group in Libya...
The UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Libya, Maria Ribeiro, has expressed concerns over reports of severe shortages of basic necessities, including life saving medical supplies due to the siege laid on Derna in east Libya by the forces of Khalifa...
By Esther King Centers holding thousands of migrants are cramped, barren and dirty, according to a report by EU officials.
French bank Societe Generale on Wednesday said its net profit tumbled by over a quarter in the second quarter of this year due to the cost of settling a lawsuit with Libya’s sovereign wealth fund.
The Interim Government of the House of Representatives (HoR) that led by Abdulla Al-Thinni who decided to close the Sudanese Consulate in the city of Al-Kufra, south east Libya, renews the crisis between Sudan and the Interim Government.
France will start processing asylum seekers’ applications in Libya as of this summer as part of measures to prevent illegal migrants from making the perilous journey across the Mediterranean.
By Patrick Wintour and Chris Stephen French president says Fayez al-Sarraj and Khalifa Haftar have shown ‘historic courage’ at the meeting outside Paris.