The UN Humanitarian Coordinator Maria Riberio expresses alarm at the toll the continued fighting in southern Libya is having on ordinary people, including reduced access to humanitarian assistance and health services.
The British government operated an “open door” policy that allowed Libyan exiles and British-Libyan citizens to join the 2011 uprising that toppled Muammar Gaddafi even though some had been subject to counter-terrorism control orders, Middle East Eye can reveal.
A horrific suicide bombing in Manchester has put a spotlight on Libya—the North African nation where the chaos that has prevailed for the better part of the past six years has become a fertile breeding ground for a mélange of terrorist groups, including the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham …
The Beida-based government of Abdullah Thinni has said that it had warned the British government that it was harbouring Libyan terrorists. But the UK had continued to offer a safe haven to the members of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) and the Muslim Brotherhood.
Libya’s SDF: Younger brother of Manchester Arena bomber planning to conduct suicide attack in Tripoli
The Libyan Tripoli-based Special Deterrence Force (SDF) has announced that the younger brother of Salman Abedi, who blew himself up in Manchester Arena at Ariana Grande music concert, was arrested as he was planning to carry out suicide attack in Tripoli, Libya.
When Gen. Khalifa Hifter was about to launch Operation Karama (Dignity) in Benghazi, he appeared to be signing his own death warrant when he appeared on TV on May 17, 2014, making an announcement in which he declared war on terror, suspending the interim constitution and suspending the government and the elected General National Congress. …
About a dozen airstrikes were conducted overnight on locations fro brigades from Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous operation in Jufra, Hun, Wahat Hotel, Sokna and other places.
Presidency Council (PC) head Faiez Serraj said today he will this week ask the UN Security Council to lift the arms embargo.
The fighter aircraft of Khalifa Haftar-led Operation Dignity carried out airstrikes on different locations for the brigades of Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous in Hun and Sokna towns, Al-Jufra city in central Libya.
Dignity Operation field commander, Fadal Al-Hasi, was killed in a landmine explosion in Benghazi on Sunday, as fierce clashes against rival groups rage in the war-torn city.