Forces loyal to the Libyan National Army (LNA) in eastern Libya appear to have executed captured fighters in Benghazi and desecrated corpses, Human Rights Watch said today. Video recordings posted online since January 2017 seem to show LNA fighters carrying out seven distinct unlawful executions of “extremists.”
The General Authority of Endowments affiliated with the Interim Government that linked to the Dignity Operation that led by General Khalifa Haftar called for refusing the draft of the constitution, which was issued by the Constitutional Drafting Assembly (CDA).
Human Rights Solidarity (HRS) called on Libyan authorities and the society to assume responsibility toward the blatant violations against illegal immigrants in the country.
Human rights defenders, activists, and social media bloggers have been physically attacked, detained, threatened, harassed, and disappeared by armed groups, some of whom are affiliated with the state authorities, in Tripoli and elsewhere in western Libya, Human Rights Watch said today. Despite the killing of an activist and other abuses …
The National Commission for Human Rights in Libya (NCHRL) has expressed deep concern over the new video of summary executions by Captain Mahmoud Al-Werfalli of Saiqa Forces of Khalifa Haftar’s self-styled army.
When International Criminal Court Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda addressed the UN Security Council in May, she assured the assembled nations that Libya was a priority in 2017. Halfway into the year, there’s little sign of progress or justice.
A new video was circulated on social media, on Sunday, showed one of the field commanders of the army of the House of Representatives (HoR) named Mahmoud Al-Werfalli executing 20 tied detainees without trial.
The so-called “Libyan National Army,” the main military force in eastern Libya under the rule of Operation Dignity commander, Khalifa Haftar, on Thursday denied accusations that its troops were involved in torture and killing of prisoners after the United Nations urged the “LNA” to investigate, Reuters reported.
The Supreme Fatwa Committee linked to one of Libya’s competing governments should repeal a discriminatory religious edict accusing `Ibadi faith followers in Libya of “deviance” and adherence to an “infidel” doctrine, Human Rights Watch said today. The government linked to the committee, the Interim Government based in Al-Bayda, and parliament have …
The Thinni government in Beida has produced new marriage fees which social media sites are protesting discriminate against Libyan women.