A fresh outbreaking of fighting in both Sudan and Libya can be blamed on the east Libyan strongman rebel, General Khalifa Haftar, a Sudanese minister claimed on Sunday.
I am the N.O.C.’s chairman, and these allegations are false. But they shine a bright light on Libya’…
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The National Commission for Human Rights in Libya (NCHRL) expressed anger on Saturday about the call of the European Parliament’s President, Antonio Tajani, for setting up refugee camps in Libya.
Naval spokesman Ayoub Qassem has launched another attack on what he sees as the EU’s plan to turn Libya into a huge migrant camp. But this time Qassem has also struck out at the coastal communities that he says refuse to help the coastguards stop the people-smugglers.
Locals in Zuwara are up in arms at the lack of fuel and have been protesting in the town since Friday demanding an end to profiteering and fuel smuggling.
The Libyan coast guards intercepted, on Friday, more than 900 illegal migrants off the city of Sabratha, the western side of Libya.
The United Nations on Friday put forward former Lebanese culture minister Ghassan Salame for the role of UN envoy to Libya, after a contentious search which saw the US block a Palestinian candidate from the position.