U.S. will continue supporting Libyan efforts to secure weapons
The sudden shutdown of two major oil pipeline terminals along the Mediterranean Sea has brought the North African country of Libya to a new breaking point, two years after the bloody Arab Spring revolution overthrew Moammar Gadhafi.
The battle between Libya and the International Criminal Court (ICC) over where Abdullah al-Senussi and Saif al-Islam Gaddafi should be tried has taken another dramatic turn.
TRIPOLI: Some 14,000 prisoners who escaped from various Libyan detention centres after the 2011 uprising against Moamer Kadhafi are still on the run, the interior minister said Monday.
The president of the General National Congress, Nuri Abu Sahmain, has ordered security forces to track . . .
Two years after the political turmoil in Libya, there are still many dangerous weapons in the country – a legacy of the Gaddafi regime posing a risk to the entire region. So the German Government is now intensifying its commitment to eliminating weapons and munitions in Libya.
Exasperated by his government’s inability to bring law and order and security to the country, Prime Minister Ali Zeidan, speaking at Sunday’s press conference, said that his government may have to “use force”.
Just before 1.30 pm today, and only minutes before the new official government spokesperson made his debut and read out his pre-prepared statement regarding the multi-explosions of cars on the airport road, there was a power cut at the Prime Minister’s office.
Ever since the start of, what the media has described; “The Arab Spring”, I have seen and read tons of explanations and analysis about the root causes of the revolts in many parts of the Arab world. The summation of much of this analysis can be captured, in my mind, …
Two years after the end of the 2011 uprising, the new Libya is still in the making and still suffers from instability and violence. The past few weeks have seen continued violence in various places, including Tripoli. On 8 June, clashes between protesters and militia in Benghazi left at least …