By Sami Zaptia. Speaking on the opening day of the Libya Investment Summit in Istanbul 9-11 May, Jason Pack, Executive Director US-Libya Business Association, said that ‘‘Libya has cultural and structural challenges inherited from the...
By Robert Cusack General Khalifa Haftar’s support of Janjaweed mercenaries is causing a return to violence in the Darfur...Read More
By Salma El Wardany Libya’s crude output exceeds 800,000 barrels a day and could be even higher if not for internal disputes that led to losses in production by Wintershall AG.
By Valerie Stocker “Passionate about the Tuareg” see themselves as cultural ambassadors. The musical project is the result of co-operation between two bands – one from southern Tunisia and the other from the Libyan Sahara. What...
The renegade Libyan general Khalifa Haftar has been offered the role of Libya’s army chief on condition he supports the UN-backed unity government in Tripoli, according to the government’s foreign minister.
By Julian Pecquet Libya’s chaotic politics will play out in Washington this week as some of the war-wracked nation’s top rivals scramble for the Donald Trump administration’s attention.
The International Criminal Court prosecutor has expressed alarm at the inhumane detention of thousands of vulnerable refugees and migrants in Libya and said she was examining whether an investigation could be opened into crimes against them.
Libya’s neighbours and the United Nations on Monday voiced their support for a meeting held last week between the North African country’s main rival figures, the head of the U.N.-backed government, Fayez Seraj, and eastern commander...
By: Housam Najjair A strong worded statement was released early Tuesday by the Central Security Branch for North Tripoli, known as the Nawasi Brigade.
Al-Wirrfalli, a radical Al-Saiqa commander in Khalifa Haftar’s self-styled militia, has committed another killing of a captive.
By Ghaith Shennib Libya’s feuding administrations agreed to unite state institutions and build a national army under civilian leadership after two days of talks in Abu Dhabi.
By Graeme Baker The US has established a military base in the southernmost reaches of Libya, documents reveal, as Washington cements its presence in Libya and beyond amid claims by Donald Trump it has “no role” in the country.
Although there has been no official statement so far on today’s talks in Abu Dhabi between Presidency Council head Fayez Serraj and Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, unconfirmed reports say that a number of points were agreed.
By Kyle Cheney Donald Trump reversed himself again on Libya on Sunday, saying in an interview that he would have authorized a “surgical” strike to take out Muammar Qadhafi, after months of telling voters the country would have been better...
By Martin Beckford Abdelgader Tuhami worked at embassy when WPC Yvonne Fletcher was killed. He is a firearms expert who has been accused of carrying out assassinations. Tuhami has been investigated by Scotland Yard over the notorious murder...
By Jamie Prentis After a six-year gap, the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague has issued an arrest warrant for a member of the former Qafddafi regime.
By Kamailoudini Tagba The UN-backed Presidential Council’s problems are festering as leaked list of new appointed ambassadors reveals corruption and nepotism at the head of the new Libyan leadership tasked to reconstruct the country...
By Abdullah Ben Ibrahim A former Gaddafi officer, suspected of having links to the shooting of British police officer WPC Yvonne Fletcher outside the Libyan embassy in 1984, has been picked to head the Libyan Intelligence Agency.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) Pre-Trial Chamber I unseals a warrant of arrest for Al-Tuhamy Mohamed Khaled charged with war crimes and crimes against humanity