The National Commission for Human Rights in Libya (NCHRL) said it had been deeply concerned about the legal and humanitarian statuses of the prisoners in the Benghazi-based Kuwaifiya prison.
More than 42 officers from the Air Defense Base in Rajma village in east Benghazi have been arrested by Dignity Operation militias on charges of treason.
The Human Rights Solidarity (HRS) organization has expressed deep concern about the civilians trapped inside Ganfouda district, Benghazi, since last Tuesday, adding that the HRS continues to exert efforts to know of their fate.
A former Emirati police sergeant arrested in Libya’s capital in 2015 on suspicion of espionage has been killed by a member of the intelligence services who was himself shot dead, Tripoli’s state prosecutor said on Wednesday.
The spokesman of the Special Deterrent Force (SDF) Ahmed Salim, said they have filed a case at the Attorney General’s Office including the number and names of the women arrested on charges of terrorism so that they be readied for deportation to their countries of origin.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) said, on Saturday, that the Libyan authorities should guarantee the safety and should immediately provide medical care for the 120+ women and children who fled from the fighting in the city of Sirte, in the Misrata prison, where they are being held.
Concern is rising for more than 120 women and children, some of them wounded, held for weeks in Misrata after they were found among IS terrorists in the final stages of the Sirte siege.
Security forces loyal to Dignity Operation have apprehended Sheikh Ismaeil Shaban, the head of the committee of Tawergha IDPs camps in Tripoli and the Tawergha municipality member in Saluq, western Benghazi.
The breakdown in the Libyan justice system has led to a state of impunity in which migrants are subjected to serious human rights violations and abuses, according to a joint UN human rights report published today.
While Libya is going through political division and nation-wide conflicts, migrants from all African countries continue to be the victim of individual and militia abuse in the capital and elsewhere around the country, according to IOM and other relief organisations as well as Operation Sophia of the EU off Libya’s …