The Libyan Mufti, Al-Saddiq Al-Gharyani, has contacted a number of political figures that are closely effective on the current political stalemate in the country in a bid to rally them around a Libyan-Libyan dialogue intact of any foreign intervention.
The Faiez Serraj-led Presidency Council/Government of National Accord (PC/GNA) has failed to make any real progress since March because it depends on specific militias in Western Libya for its survival. As a result of this dependency, it has failed to tackle head-on the issue of creating a unified national army …
The EU’s efforts to stem migration from Libya risk condemning migrants and asylum seekers to violent abuse at the hands of government officials, militias, and criminal groups in Libya, Human Rights Watch said in a report.
Members of the Libyan American Public Affairs Council (LAPAC) met, on Wednesday and Thursday, with a staff of the White House National Security Council, the foreign and defense ministries, and the Senate House.
Amnesty International has announced that the EU policy to help Libya deal with refugees is in fact, harmful. According to Amnesty International, the new EU policy to help work more closely with the Libyan government in matters concerning migrants, is leaving thousands at risk of torture.
Libya could be used as another base for the Islamic State (IS) group if political stability is not achieved in the country, experts have warned the UK parliament.
Facebook has said it will take action to stop weapons sales on its platforms, after a report showed that Libyan militias were trading missiles, RPGs and powerful rifles on social media.
For every Libyan citizen, there are two or more guns circulating within the oil-rich North African country’s border, based on a consensus of estimates.
Western military intervention in Libya to stop its seizure by Daesh militants would be perceived as “intrusive and neocolonial”, according to Dr Arturo Varvelli, Head of Terrorism and Research Fellow at the Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI), as he told Sputnik it could instead strengthen Daesh’s control.
After Iraq and Syria, will international military intervention against the Islamic State group now take place in conflict-ridden Libya as well?