NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has hailed on Wednesday the efforts of the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) led by Fayez Al-Sarraj, noting that NATO is ready to help build Libyan military, defence and intelligence capabilities “if requested”.
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 President of the Presidency Council and Prime Minister-elect of the Government of National Accord Faiez Serraj announced tonight that he was cancelling all decrees passed by his Deputy Majbari over the last few days.
The substitute Head of the Presidential Council (PC) of the Government of National Accord (GNA), Fathi Al-Mijibri, has taken new decisions to appoint new officials in the GNA, which led to a wave of anger at the PC construction.
The Military Intelligence Chief, Brigadier General Ismaeil Al-Shukri, has denied what he described as rumors about the escape of IS diehards out of Sirte.
A group calling itself “The Brigades of Revolutionaries in Libya” rallied with several armoured vehicles in Tripoli’s Martyrs’ Square late yesterday afternoon demanding “all good Libyans” reject foreign moves to resolve the country’s political crisis. Instead they should unite behind national efforts to find a solution.
The death toll of Al-Keesh Square explosion in Benghazi, which killed four dead and 17 wounded, concurrently with ten hands cuffed dead bodies found, one day earlier, in a dumber in Benghazi.
There was an assassination attempt on the acting head of the Tripoli-based Civil Registry Authority (CRA), Siddiq Al- Nahaisi, in the capital today. Nahaisi was shot at and received a bullet in the stomach and one in the hand. He was rushed to the main Zawyia Street hospital in central …
A US hedge fund executive told his bosses that after 2007 talks with Libyan Investment Authority executives, he had not been so excited in a while. “They [the Libyans] have 77 billion, half in cash and no idea who to give it to”.
Some official Egyptian media had circulated news accusing the Qatari intelligence services of preparing a list of Libyan army officers to be assassinated by the hands of Libyan officials and politicians.