After the fall of Libya’s President Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, several actors – political and military – have been competing with one another for power and hegemony in Libya.
Tripoli Appeals Court’s administrative division ruled Wednesday to block the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between Libya and Italy to fight the growing influx of illegal immigrants and the issue of human trafficking as well as to help Libya secure its southern borders.
Benghazi IDPs Association: Ganfouda case to send all Dignity Operation leaders to national, international courts
The Benghazi IDPs Association has stressed that Ganfouda case will bring down all of the Dignity Operation leaders and make them stand trial before national and international courts.
The media advisor of the Speaker of the Tobruk-based House of Representatives (HoR) Fathi Al-Maryami told the pro-Al-Thanni-chaired government Libyan News Agency that Aqilah Saleh informed the High National Elections Commission (HNEC) of his desire to hold parliamentary and presidential elections before February 2018.
The National Commission for Human Rights in Libya has strongly deplored the extrajudicial execution of a member of Benghazi Shura Council by a radical group affiliated with Dignity Operation.
The trial of the son of ousted Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi did not meet international standards and he should be brought in front of the International Criminal Court (ICC), the United Nations said today.
Libya’s UN-backed unity government on Sunday slammed the creation of a national guard rival by armed groups to its own presidential guard in the capital Tripoli.
A number of Libyan citizens lodged an appeal at the Judiciary Division of the Tripoli Appeals Court against the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the UN-proposed government’s Presidential Council’s Head Fayez Al-Sirraj and the Italian Prime Minister, Paolo Gentiloni.
Media sources reported Saturday that the trapped families inside Ganfouda district, Benghazi, have run out of food and water after they have lost the sources that used to provide them with their basic needs, adding that they are enduring terrible humanitarian conditions.
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.