Agence France Presse photographer Abdullah Doma was freed late during the night after having been again arrested, this time by anti-terrorism investigators.
AFP‘s photographer in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi, Abdullah Doma, was detained late Saturday for the second time in several days by security services there, his family said.
Misratan members of the House of Representatives and the State Council as well as the city’s mayor Mohamed Eshtewi and councillors have warned of growing divisions between moderates and hardliners in the city. However, they have also reassured residents that the council remains fully in control, telling them to ignore …
The Libyan local TV channel, Al-Nabaa, has announced that it has begun filing a lawsuit inside and outside Libya against the groups that are harboring ill-intentions to the channel as well as against the Presidential Council (PC) of the UN-proposed government.
Al-Nabaa TV was targeted by an RPG Tuesday night in Zanata, Tripoli.
An officer under the command of the renegade Libyan general Khalifa Haftar was allegedly taped talking to a media tycoon about a propaganda campaign aimed at persuading Libyans that the Tripoli-backed fighters who retook some of the country’s key oil ports recently were al-Qaeda militants.
The mayor of Abu Salim municipality in Tripoli, Abdelrahman Al-Hamdi, has slammed Libyan Channel’s stance and “far-fetched” coverage of the Thursday-Friday clashes that took place in the district.
Head of the UN-backed Presidency Council (PC) Fayez Al-Sarraj sacked his spokesman Ashraf Al-Tulty today following an embarrassing exchange.
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.
Two Tunisian journalists who went missing in Libya in 2014 were murdered by the Islamic State group a captured militant has said.