Libya’s House of Representatives President Ageela Salah said that there cannot be a military solution to Libya’s current crises.
Efforts by the Beida-based Libyan government to rebuild relations with Qatar appear to have been successful although the President of the House of Representatives (HoR), Ageela Salah Gwaider, has indicated that there is still some way to go.
The Egyptian Foreign Ministry has urged Egyptians living and working in Libya to stay indoors and take extra precautions in the aftermath of the last week’s abductions of Egyptian Coptic Christians in Sirte. However, it is also looking at ways that Egyptians can leave the country.
Army General David Rodriguez says Isil has set up training camps in eastern Libya, intensifying fears jihadists are extending their reach through North Africa.
Following Tuesday’s car bomb in the car park of the Dar Al-Salam Hotel in Tobruk, where the House of Representatives (HoR) has been meeting since August, tomorrow’s session is to take place at the navy base at the port.
While Tunisia’s outgoing prime minister described chaotic Libya as threatening to his country’s stability, Niger’s president urged for an international intervention to stave off any spillover coming from the conflict-torn state into its neighboring countries.
The year 2014 brought many changes across Libya. As we stand upon the precipice of the year 2015, it is important to review where Libya has been and where it is going. Recap of 2014: January: 2. A British and New Zealander couple murdered near Sabratha; extremists suspected. 7. Protestors besiege …
Libya Body Count, an NGO dedicated to keeping track of the number of violent deaths in Libya, reports that there were a total of 2,803 violent deaths in the country in 2014.
Chaos and an “all-out war” could take over Libya if the cycle of violence does not end, according to the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, UNSMIL.
The price of crude oil has risen on international markets, following air strikes by forces loyal to Libya’s internationally recognised government against Islamist militias as the battle to control oil resources intensifies.