Beida-based interim prime minister Abdullah Al-Thinni today sacked the heads of the Foreign Media Authority, Arish Saeed, and of the Public Transport Authority, Khalid Ahmed Musa.
A television journalist was grabbed in front of his Tripoli home today while his helpless wife looked on. The abductors told him that they wanted him for “investigations”.
The Libyan camps where traffickers hold refugees resemble concentration camps, German diplomats have said.
Two Tunisian journalists who went missing in Libya in 2014 were murdered by the Islamic State group a captured militant has said.
The so-called 32nd Reinforced Brigade, a former armed group loyal to slain dictator Muammar Gaddafi, has been regrouped and joined Benghazi’s ongoing clashes.
The National Commission for Human Rights in Libya has strongly condemned the constraints on press and media outlets as well as on civil societies in Benghazi, Al-Bayda, Tobruk and Derna.
Scores of protesters rallied in the center of Tripoli on Friday evening to protest the gang rape of a woman by members of militias that control the capital of Libya.
The residents of Ganfouda will be given passage out of the suburb, announced General Ahmed Al-Mismari, spokesperson for the General Khalifa Haftar’s self-proclaimed Libyan National Army (LNA) on Friday.
Dignity Operation steals Iraqi air force footage to claim victory over oil crescent region attackers
The spokesman for Dignity Operation, Ahmed Al-Mismari, has plagiarized an aerial footage showing Iraqi air force destroying an ISIS convoy in Al-Fallujah to claim that their warplanes have bombed the attackers of the oil crescent region away.
Several brigades fighting alongside Al-Bunyan Al-Marsoos military operation in Sirte decried the growing number of murders and abductions as well as the forced disappearances, which they said are aimed at civilians, activists, clerics, and journalists and media figures in Tripoli.