The Libyan authorities must urgently find a durable solution to end the continued forcible displacement of tens of thousands of Tawarghas and other communities, from their hometown during the armed conflict of 2011, said Amnesty International.
Two years after Moamer Kadhafi’s overthrow, militants roam the streets and desert of Libya as they try to build an Islamic emirate and promote their long-held hard-line ideology.
Ana Gomes, MEP, says competition among European powers over business interests in Libya is undermining the country’s security
With Libya plagued by terrorist attacks and daily assassinations, many are urging authorities to rapidly restore a professional army.
TRIPOLI, Libya, Oct. 15 (UPI) — Libya may be facing power supply problems as foreign workers leave the country because of security concerns, authorities warned.
BRUSSELS – The EU is building up a team of heavily-guarded men to help Libya stop unwanted migrants and to collect intelligence.
Zeidan asks for training and equipment from European Union to prevent illegal immigrants leaving Libya for Europe.
The extent of Libya’s deteriorating security conditions is most apparent in al-Rasheed street in the centre of the capital, Tripoli. Russian and Belgian arms are selling briskly. They range from pistols to the much sought-after AK-47, globally known as the Kalashnikov.
The kidnap of Libya’s prime minister, Ali Zeidan, is a warning that Western powers need to do more to support the revolution they helped bring about.
Libya is back in the news. Earlier this week, the troubled country regained widespread attention after the sudden U.S. capture of Anas al-Liby, an al Qaeda member and suspected plotter of the 1998 bombings of American embassies in Africa.