The Presidential Council (PC) of the Government of National Accord (GNA) said, on Wednesday, that it will only deal with the elected municipality in Misrata, and refused “the attempts to forcefully impose opinions that add confusions to the political and security situation.”
A number of Misrata institutions overthrew the current Municipal Council of the city on Tuesday, following days of protests against the council’s mismanagement.
Misratan members of the House of Representatives and the State Council as well as the city’s mayor Mohamed Eshtewi and councillors have warned of growing divisions between moderates and hardliners in the city. However, they have also reassured residents that the council remains fully in control, telling them to ignore …
The clashes in Tripoli have continued and grew rougher on Wednesday morning. According to different sources, the forces and fighters of the rival government “National Salvation Government” (NSG) which are positioned in Qusoor Al-Siyafa (Guest Palaces) in downtown Tripoli clashed in the first hours of Wednesday with the armed groups …
The commander of Dignity Operation, General Khalifa Haftar, has rejected an initiative by mediators to end fighting and stop bloodshed in the war-torn city, Mustafa El Sagezli, the General Manager of Libyan Program for Reintegration and Development has revealed.
Libya is guilty of the human rights violations of unarmed civilians, including disappearances and torture Presidency Council (PC) head Faiez Serraj admitted today.
An order preventing men and women ages 18-45 in eastern Libya from travelling abroad without first obtaining security clearances is being met with outrage.
The mayor of Abu Salim municipality in Tripoli, Abdelrahman Al-Hamdi, has slammed Libyan Channel’s stance and “far-fetched” coverage of the Thursday-Friday clashes that took place in the district.
Libyan’s eastern military governor Abdul Razzaq Al-Nazhuri has imposed another travel ban on all citizens aged 18-45. The ban comes only a few days after Al-Nazhuri retracted the ban on women under the age of 60 from travelling without a male chaperone, which had been justified later on the basis …
Since the controversial deal between Turkey and the European Union (EU) in March 2016 has largely succeeded in preventing refugees from reaching Europe through the eastern Mediterranean route, EU decisionmakers have turned their attention to the central Mediterranean.