Delivery by e-mail General Khalifa Hiftar Commander of the Libyan National Army Al-Marj, Libya
By Mohammed Baayo The illegitimate Chairman of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA), Ali Mahmoud Hassan, lied when he said that...Read More
By Shaun Hurrell From “protect by punishment” to “protect by involving people”: read about the peaceful revolution that is changing nature conservation in North Africa and the Middle East.
The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy organized a seminar on violent extremism and its roots on Thursday June 8, 2017 at the Center’s headquarters in Montplaisir, Tunis.
By Ramadan Al Sherbini Al Sarraj flayed over deal on deployment of Italian vessels to battle illegal migration.
By Noel Daniel Vig In December of 2015 the United Nations in agreement with the Security Council’s members recognised the Government of National Accord (GNA) as the legitimate State of Libya.
By Arezki Daoud Two Libyan leaders, UN-backed, Tripoli-based Prime Minister Fayez al-Serraj and the self-promoted Marshal Khalifa Haftar, the man whose stronghold is in the east of the country, met in Paris this week under the watchful eye of...
By Richard Silverstein A well-informed Israeli source – who requested anonymity, considering the matter is censored by the Israeli military – tells me that the IDF has bombed Islamic State military positions (Google translation)...
By Sudarsan Raghavan The line at the bank was two blocks long and Abdul bin Naji was once again praying for the doors to open. He desperately needed his $60.
Talks have secured a joint declaration on the country’s future. Now the hard work begins.
It has the potential to give democracy a beachhead in a crucial region By Khalifa Ghwell Since the revolution in 2011, which was supported militarily by the United States, Libya has been ruled by divided governments.
By Patrick Markey and Ahmed Elumami Standing beside French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris this week, Khalifa Haftar, the most powerful military leader in eastern Libya, was smiling when he shook on a deal with the country’s prime...
The commander of the army of the House of Representatives (HoR), General Khalifa Haftar, told France24, on Wednesday, that the head of the Presidential Council (PC), Fayez Al-Sarraj, is not controlling the capital city, Tripoli, because it is...
Fresh elections next year could be the key after ceasefire deal brokered by French president.
By Nick Ottens Khalifa Haftar and Fayez al-Sarraj agree to stop fighting, but it’s not hard to imagine how their deal might unravel.
By Mustafa Fetouri To say the lives of Libyans since their so called revolution in 2011 has been all but an uphill struggle against, sometimes, the impossible is an understatement!
By Donald Levit On July 17, 2017, the Prime Minister of Libya’s Government of National Accord (NGA) Fayez al-Sarraj announced that the country is close to reaching crude oil production of 1 million barrels per day.
By Richard Galustian The struggle for power from the ruins of Libya is likely to get even uglier, and what is becoming decidedly more noticeable is the role of other interfering states who are betting on one side or another in the game for the...
By Munir Akram In the 14th and 15th centuries, Christian Europe was divided by the rivalries of the kingdoms of Spain, France and England, the Holy Roman Empire and the squabbling papal and city states of Italy.