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No Billion-Dollar Payday for Terrorist...

By Ryan Borchers The family of a man who died in the Libyan-backed bombing of a commercial airliner in 1989 will get no more than the $10 million they’ve received because despite a $1.3 billion judgment in Federal Court, they had no...

Libya’s Unity Government Suffers Blow as...

By Khalid Mahmoud In yet another surprising move, deputy leader of Libya’s Government of National Accord (GNA) Musa al-Koni announced his resignation, after two ministers also resigned from the government headed by Fayiz al-Sarraj.

Tristate Summit to Resolve Libyan Crisis

By Khalid Mahmoud Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi revealed preparing for a tristate summit that includes Algeria, Egypt and Tunisia to resolve the Libyan crisis – meanwhile al-Wefaq government appointed a member of the parliament as the...

Human Rights Report on Civilian Casualties...

By UNSMIL From 1 December to 31 December 2016, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) documented 10 civilian casualties, including 3 deaths and 7 injured, during the conduct of hostilities across Libya.

Allegation of police brutality against...

By Matthew Agius The parents of a Libyan youth have filed proceedings against the Attorney General and the Commissioner of Police, claiming that officers at the St Julian’s Police Station kicked the 17-year-old, while holding his head down...

Libya’s $50m plot to fund IRA and murder...

Source: RTÉ.ie State Papers 1986 Reveals Gaddafi’s Funding IRA to kill Margaret Thatcher and her family. Political writers trawled through the confidential State Papers, which have been kept under lock and key for 30 years until today.