After Iraq and Syria, will international military intervention against the Islamic State group now take place in conflict-ridden Libya as well?
The United States and Italy warned Tuesday that the ISIL group is expanding its reach, threatening to seize Libya and launch attacks in Western countries.
The fate of the Government of National Accord (GNA) seems unresolved after the House of Representatives (HoR) refused to endorse the proposed government. Calls of amending the political agreement seem to unrest the political sphere in Libya too. A report by Libya Al-khbar website elaborates on the scene.
Ali Al-Za’tari, the deputy head of the UN Special Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) and the UN’s Humanitarian Coordinator in the country has launched a scathing attack on the international community for ignoring the Libyan humanitarian crisis.
African Union leaders have named a taskforce of five heads of state to address the conflict in Libya, where the Islamic State group (ISIS) is gaining ground, a top AU diplomat said Sunday.
In the wake of the visit by the Prime Minister of the Presidential Council (PC) of the UN-imposed government, Fayez Al-Sirraj, to Khalifa Haftar in Al-Marj city Saturday, many heated reactions surfaced in a row on the media.
Algerian security source said, Sunday, his country and Egypt established hotline between the two ministries of defense to exchange security information about field developments inside Libya, especially moves of armed groups.
Salah Makhzoum, still officially the second deputy president of the General National Congress, has drawn up the list of members of the General National Congress to join the State Council, the second chamber planned under the UN-mediated Libyan Political Agreement (LPA). The list includes GNC president Nuri Abu Sahmain and deputy president …
US President Barack Obama has instructed key advisors to explore military action against Islamic State group in Libya, as top French defense officials warned the militants could hide amongst refugees crossing the Mediterranean to Europe.
After four days as hostage of a family in Tobruk, the eastern Libyan town where the country’s Parliament is based, MP Mohamed al-Raidh was released Saturday afternoon.