By Mat Nashed A group of Libyan activists are working alongside Egypt’s Al-Azhar to protect religious clerics defending moderate Islam in Libya from extremist attacks.
The Managing Director of the Libya Africa Investment Portfolio (LAIP) passed away last Thursday in a hospital in Malta after...Read More
By Richard Roth The UN secretary-general said Monday he is “horrified” at reports showing African migrants sold as...Read More
By Abdulkader Assad Libyan Monarchy activists are preparing to hold an exceptional conference in Gharyan city on October 31 in order to help create a bloc involving all those calling for the return of the Libyan Monarchy.
By Edwina Brincat A Maltese civil court has declared that it is to continue hearing a case instituted by the Libyan state to recover funds held by the late Mutassim Gaddafi, fourth son of Gaddafi, in a Maltese-registered company of which the...
By Ulf Laessing Month-long U.N.-backed talks aimed at bridging differences between rival Libyan factions ended on Saturday with no discernable progress towards stabilizing the country and paving the way for elections.
The Libyan political and human rights activist, Emad Al-Deen Zehri, in the United States of America, called the Americans to call American citizens for investigations accusing them carrying out war crimes and financial thefts in Libya.
By Abdulkader Assad The Tripoli-based Special Deterrent Force (SDF) has arrested an individual named Al-Mabrouk Ehnish, whom it said is the commander of an armed group that entered Wershiffana district days ago.
By Libya Herald reporter The Lebanese judge investigating the 1978 disappearance in Libya of Imam Musa Sadr has issued an arrest warrant for Qaddafi’s once close colleague Abdessalam Jalloud.
Victims’ campaigner Willie Frazer said progress has been made in securing compensation from Libya for IRA atrocities. Mr Frazer was part of a delegation which travelled to London yesterday to meet Minister of State for the Middle East...
By Nick Squires An Italian court has sentenced to life imprisonment a sadistic people smuggler who raped, tortured and murdered migrants trying to reach Europe from North Africa.
By Mustafa Fetouri Libya woke up to the news Sept. 29 of a heinous crime in which four men from the country’s largest tribe had been murdered as they were driving back home from the town of Mizda, south of Tripoli, to Bani Walid in the west...
Documents leaked from within the International Criminal Court (ICC) have shown how its chief prosecutor, Luis Moreno Ocampo, was not shy about seeking the help of the rich and famous in his work to hunt down war criminals around the world.
Haftar, who supports the Libyan government based in the eastern city of Tobruk, traveled to Rome and Paris to bolster his stature as a main player in international efforts to stabilize the North African country.
Human rights groups have accused the United Arab Emirates of war crimes in Libya through its support for military strongman Khalifa Haftar.
By Al-munji al-Saaidani Libyan political dialogue sessions have focused, for the third consecutive day, on the restructuring of the High Presidential Council, the proposal to elect a president and two vice-presidents, and the future...
In the framework of a European Union funded project for support to protection of vulnerable groups, internally displaced people in Libya will receive psychosocial support from Red Crescent volunteers to tackle the distress, loss and grief they...
Refugee Rescue by Stephen Burgess A painting inspired by the moment hundreds of Libyan refugees were rescued at sea has won a top art prize.
By Khaled Mahmoud and Sawsan Abu Hussein The roadmap proposed by UN Sec-Gen Special Representative and Head of UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) Ghassan Salame will not succeed in solving the Libyan political crisis, according to a...
An International Criminal Court arrest warrant for a Libyan militia leader issued in August has raised questions about whether the accused’s highest commander – Khalifa Haftar – is also potentially guilty of war crimes.