Members of the House of Representatives and High Council of State continue to hold constitutional talks in Egypt for the second day, as part of U.N.-mediated efforts to establish legal framework for general elections in Libya.
UN-brokered talks on Libya elections resume in Cairo
Libyan officials returned to the Egyptian capital Sunday for a third round of talks on constitutional amendments for elections. The North African nation once again finds itself at a political impasse with two rival administrations claiming legitimacy.
US court recommends indicting Haftar for war crimes
Prosecutors of the federal court in the US state of Virginia have recommended indicting Libya’s warlord Khalifa Haftar for war crimes in absentia, Washington-based Libyan human rights defender Emadeddine Al-Montasir told Arabi21.com on Friday.
The Next Mediterranean Migration Crisis Will Be Worse
A new book tells the forgotten story of migrants stranded in Libya amid United Nations incompetence and Western indifference.
Libya oil shutdown expands with threat to close new port, reduced production at major field
A blockade of Libyan oil output by groups aligned with forces in the east of the country expanded on Thursday and Friday with the closure of two more export terminals, a threat to close another, and reduced production at a major field, engineers said.
UNHCR data visualization on Mediterranean crossings charts rising death toll and tragedy at sea
This is a summary of what was said by UNHCR spokesperson Shabia Mantoo – to whom quoted text may be attributed – at today’s press briefing at the Palais des Nations in Geneva.
Journal of Quantitative Description Article Examines Bias in Social Media about Haftar’s 2019 Tripoli Offensive
On 3 June, Shelby Grossman, Kate Jonsson, Lydia Sizer, and Nicholas Lyon’s article ‘Slanted Narratives, Social Media, and Foreign Influence in Libya’ was published in the Journal of Quantitative Description: Digital Media.
UN Advisor on Libya Williams will leave office by end of June, press reports
Stephanie Williams, the U.N. Special Advisor on Libya, will leave her post at the end of June, Italian news agency Nova reported on Thursday.
UN Advisor discusses with Al-Mishri plans for constitutional talks in Cairo
The UN Advisor on Libya Stephanie Williams met with the Head of the High Council of State (HCS) Khalid Al-Mishri to discuss plans for the upcoming, final round of the Joint HCS and House of Representatives (HoR) Committee talks due to begin in Cairo on June 12.
HNEC head reviews with PM-formed committee obstacles to voting
The Head of the High National Elections Commission (HNEC), Emad al-Sayeh, received on Wednesday a delegation of the “Committee for the Return of the Secretariat to the People” formed by Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, in which they discussed mechanisms to support the electoral process.