The government appointed by the House of Representatives (HoR) in eastern Libya announced the holding of the international conference for the reconstruction of Derna and other affected cities on next Wednesday and Thursday.
The Security Council is expected to vote today on renewing the mandate of the UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), which expires on 31 October.
The Director of Gharyan Hospital, Khalid Zuweit, confirmed that the death toll of the armed clashes in Gharyan city had reached eight dead people and 27 others injured, indicating that the situation in the city was very stable, and that there was a full security deployment from members of the …
Six people were killed and 12 wounded when armed groups clashed on Sunday in the western Libyan city of Gharyan, several sources said.
The European Union’s (EU) military operations in the Mediterranean should focus more heavily on combating human trafficking, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen wrote in a letter to member states ahead of the EU leaders summit, saying IRINI’s main aim should be preventing human trafficking and smuggling, von der …
The High Council of State in Libya issued a strong statement on Thursday, urging the severing of ties with nations that support Israel’s bombardment and blockade of the Gaza Strip.
A decade of violent conflict and political divisions has caused Libya’s per capita income to plummet by half since 2011, a stark reversal for what was once one of the wealthiest societies in the region, according to a World Bank study published this week.
The National Commission for Human Rights in Libya (NCHRL) confirmed that Khalifa Haftar’s forces made displaced people from Tawergha leave the camps in which they lived in Benghazi ahead of Storm Daniel last September, adding that the forces had prevented them from returning afterwards.
Attorney General calls for enforcement of 8,676 old arrest warrants, including against 1,632 convicts still working for Interior Ministry
On Wednesday the Attorney General’s Office called for the enforcement of 8,676 old arrest warrants that have not been carried out. Specifically, it called for the superiors of 1,632 convicted persons working for the Ministry of Interior / it’s affiliates to implement these arrest warrants.
In a joint letter addressed to the Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, 57 political parties demanded a decisive stance to hold free, fair and transparent elections in Libya, stressing that the UN mission has turned from a neutral tool to support the Libyan people, to one that …