Reaffirming its commitment to the sovereignty, independence, territorial integrity and national unity of Libya, the Security Council today reiterated that the Libyan Political Agreement of 17 December 2015 remained the only viable framework to...
For one, the Libyan ordinary citizens are suffering on a daily basis form inadequate food commodities, lack of power and water...Read More
By Mark Watts Police push for prosecution of man suspected of shooting dead WPC Yvonne Fletcher outside the Libyan embassy more...Read More
By Anna Borshchevskaya and Mohamed Eljarh The following report is based on points raised during a Mediterranean Advisory...Read More
Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs Jeffrey Feltman arrived in Libya on 10 January to discuss with Libyan leaders the...Read More
“In Libya, companies always look for male engineers. In the school and in college, men have more opportunities to develop their interest in technology, so companies believe they will be more capable than us,” says Hala Haithm, a university...
By Anna Baldinetti This article is part of a 7-part series assessing the prospects and challenges for the study of North Africa in the wake of the Arab Spring.
By Jesselyn Cook Amnesty International accuses European governments of complicity in Libya’s corrupt system.
Rights group Amnesty International says European nations are taking steps to prevent refugees and migrants from crossing the Mediterranean Sea from Libya, trapping them in a system that exposes them to torture and abuse.
By Gregory Scruggs When Libyan-Canadian medical doctor and peace builder Dr. Alaa Murabit, newly appointed as Sustainable Development Advocate by the United Nations secretary-general, took a seat in front of her nameplate at a U.N. event, she...
By Keiran Southern The convicted former leader of an Islamist terror group has won a legal battle to sue British security services over his attempted deportation to Libya.
By Kamal Tawil Libya’s former interim prime minister Mahmoud Jibril is currently getting ready to participate again in the Libyan elections.
By Karlos Zurutuza Abu Kammash was run into the ground before being abandoned by the state in 2010. Locals say its legacy is poison, disease and suffering.
By Arwa Damon, Brent Swails and Brice Laine For three years, she was forced to work as a prostitute on the streets of Moscow, repaying a $45,000 debt to the trafficker who brought her from Nigeria.
By Beverley Milton-Edwards Let me briefly outline four scenarios that are likely to characterize a post-ISIS Middle East and define it as Living on the Edge. These four scenarios are headlined under the following:
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.
The Islamic State of Iraq and al Sham is rebuilding its military power and establishing a safe haven in central Libya as Libyan factions focus on securing their political interests on the populated coast.
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 Phyllis Bennis The story of slavery in Africa, like slavery in so many other parts of the world, is a painful chronicle whose origins go back centuries. It’s not a new phenomenon. But the issue got a rush of new attention recently, when...
By Nedal M. Swehli In yet another attempt to resolve Libya’s war, on September 20, the United Nations presented a new Action Plan for Libya, supposedly to form a legitimate, functioning, and unified government.
Killings, Destruction Amid Impunity Sufi religious sites are under assault in Libya, with two mosques in Tripoli heavily damaged by unidentified forces over the past two months, Human Rights Watch said today.