The United Nations Envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame, met in Tripoli, on Wednesday, Libyan intellectuals and journalists to talk about the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) action plan to achieve the stability in Libya.
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Libya’s internationally recognized government has appealed to the United States to drop or ease a travel ban imposed on its citizens by U.S. President Donald Trump, the Foreign Ministry said on Thursday.
Some of the supporters of the commander of the Dignity Operation, General Khalifa Haftar, destroyed the boards of the elections centres in the city of Benghazi on Friday.
By Noura Hamladji After years of conflict, much of Libya’s basic infrastructure has broken down.
By Bridget Johnson Defense Secretary Jame Mattis declared Thursday that Libya is “going back in the right direction” while welcoming Prime Minister Fayez Mustafa al-Sarraj to the Pentagon on his first official visit.
By Sami Zaptia CBL board member Tarik Yousef (left) said the Libyan dinar will be devalued in parallel with other policy reforms (Photo: Sami Zaptia).
U.N. Libya envoy Ghassan Salame Saturday urged the conflict-torn country to seize an opportunity to forge its own path toward hoped-for elections next year while “international interference” is declining.
An historic Koranic school and small mosque in Tripoli was set on fire and badly damaged this morning.
By Edward Fox Professors from the University of Tripoli, in Libya, have been taking intensive courses at the University of Southampton this academic year to learn teaching practices that are standard in higher education in the United Kingdom.
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 Richard Roth The UN secretary-general said Monday he is “horrified” at reports showing African migrants sold as slaves and called for immediate investigations.
“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...
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 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 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...
The Coup Attempt is triggered by a mortar attack on Gaem’s headquarter which lead to a phone call threat to 218 TV by Gaem demanding that Hafter should cede control of the armed forces to Saiqa Special Forces commander Wanis Bukhamada and...
By Abdulkader Assad The Head of the High Council of State (HCS) Abdelrahman Al-Sweihli protested in a letter to the Foreign Minister Mohammed Sayala the statement delivered by the Libyan ambassador to the United Nations Al-Mahdi Al-Mijrbi...