Tunisia and Libya agreed this week to bolster security collaboration in their mutual fight against terrorism and militant groups.
Libyan PM's kidnapping deepen fears for country's disintegration
Abduction of Ali Zeidan by own security force points up divisions, with regular army and police units increasingly in opposition to powerful militias
Freed Libyan prime minister urges calm
Ali Zeidan was held for several hours by former rebel brigades who say they were working under orders from government.
Libya’s Security Situation
Speaking on BBC World News America, Carnegie’s Frederic Wehrey discussed recent developments in Libya, including the abduction of the Prime Minister Ali Zeidan and the U.S. raid to capture senior al-Qaeda suspect Anas al-Liby. While there has been a real deterioration in security over the past nine months, Wehrey noted, the …
Security in Libya worsening, Ban says following abduction of Prime Minister
10 October 2013 – Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon voiced relief at the release of Prime Minister Ali Zeidan of Libya, who was abducted earlier today, and noted that acts of violence are increasing and security is worsening in the North African nation.
Libya’s Security Crisis
The American commando operation that snatched a suspected leader of Al Qaeda from his neighborhood in Tripoli, while successful, does not offer a permanent strategy to the threat from extremists in Libya.
Q&A: Lawless Libya
The brief detention of Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has highlighted the power of the militias set up to topple Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, which still prevent the government from exercising control.
Might of militias challenge Libya's fragile government
Prime Minister Ali Zeidan was released by his militia kidnappers after a few hours
Libyan PM Freed After Being Held For Hours By Gunmen
Libyan’s Prime Minister Ali Zeidan speaks to the media during a news conference in Rabat, Morocco, on Tuesday, two days before he was abducted.
Libyan PM Ali Zeidan calls for foreign help on militancy
Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has called on Western powers to help stop the spread of militancy in his country.