During his recent visit to Tripoli, CIA Director William Burns called for national unity and sounded the charge against the Russian mercenary group Wagner, which controls several oil fields in Libya.
A young Syrian man paralysed by live fire from Bulgarian border guards. Cover-ups of illegal pushbac…
High-profile European politicians, including the EU’s former foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini…
On 24 January, the Arab Center Washington DC published an article entitled ‘Turkey Faces a Dilemma in its Foreign Policy Toward Libya’ by non-resident fellow Mustafa Gurbuz.
Libya is still going through a deeply polarised conflict, with no clear end in sight. The turbulent transitional period spanning the last 11 years has reached a political impasse, with the incumbent political sides showing no inclination to strike an accord that may lead to them vacating their powerful positions.
A preliminary energy exploration deal between Libya’s Tripoli-based government and Turkey is “valid” despite a court ruling suspending it, according to Mohamed Aoun, Libya’s oil minister.
The General Authority for Search and Identification of Missing Persons has confirmed the identity of nine anonymous bodies recovered earlier from Tarhuna.
The Chairman of the Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC), Farhat Bengdara has said that the NOC’s operations are not void of political and social pressures, and the latter are represented in the threats of Libyans to close oil fields if their relatives aren’t hired to work as oil sector employees.