A big number of illegal migrants were transferred to the shelter centers of the Tripoli-based Illegal Immigration Fight Center (IIFC) after being busted in Gargaresh district in the capital, the Special Deterrent Force (SDF) declared on Sunday.
There has been more unrest in Tripoli following the kidnapping and assassination of two policemen from the Tripoli Criminal Investigation Department. There are a number of theories circulating on social media for the possible motive for their assassination, but none have been substantiated.
Kobler and Supreme Judiciary Council condemn closure of Tripoli court complex by Criminal Investigation Department
Both the Supreme Judiciary Council (SJC) and UN special envoy Martin Kobler have condemned the closure of the main Tripoli court complex. According to the former, it was forcibly closed and its staff prevented from entering the premises closed by the Department of Criminal Investigation in Tripoli.
In a security breakdown which has reportedly angered medical staff, two separate bombs exploded today inside Benghazi Medical Centre.
There still appears to be no solid information on the disappearance earlier in the week of the Thinni government’s cabinet secretary Al Amin Huwail. It is thought that he has been kidnapped but it is even unclear precisely when this might have happened.
A car bomb outside Jalaa Hospital has today killed at least four people and injured 26 including eight children who were leaving a nearby primary school when the explosion occurred.
A special unit to crack down on crime is to be set up following an emergency security meeting called by Presidency Council chairman Faiez Serraj.
The leaders of the Tripoli revolutionary brigades issued a statement on Friday calling on the Presidential Council of the UN-proposed government to either commit to the Skhirat agreement or declare it as a failure.
In a frank and open interview on the margins of the meetings organized by the British Foreign Office in London this week, Presidency Council head and nominated Prime Minister of the Government of National Accord (PC/GNA) Faiez Serraj spoke to Libya Herald.
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.