Presidential candidates, Fathi Bashagha who was an Interior Minister of the previous government in Libya, and Ahmed Maiteeq who was a member of the previous Presidential Council – both from Misurata – traveled to Benghazi in eastern Libya and held a meeting with Khalifa Haftar, a current presidential candidate and …
The General Press Authority denounced on Monday the kidnapping of a journalist named Siraj Al-Maqsabi in Benghazi city.
Turkish and Qatari intelligence services have cooperated to ensure the safe return of seven Turkish citizens who were detained in eastern Libya for nearly two years by forces loyal to renegade General Khalifa Haftar, Anadolu reported.
The Head of Benghazi displaced persons, Saad Al-Abedi, said the number of the displaced from eastern Libya had reached 250.000, telling Anadolu News Agency on the sidelines of the first international conference for the displaced that the displaced from eastern Libya are now in Misrata, Tripoli, Al-Zawiya, Gharyan, Msallata, and …
Local authorities in Benghazi confirmed Wednesday the arrest of two men in connection to a gas leak that resulted in dozens of poisoning cases in the area of Quarsha.
“Two Mi-8 helicopters collided near Msus, which is located to the southeast of Benghazi, during military exercise. The two-member crew of one helicopter died, while the crew of the other helicopter survived,” the source said.
Libyan authorities said a senior government official was released on Tuesday, two weeks after armed men abducted him and his colleague in the capital of Tripoli.
UNSMIL said yesterday that it was deeply concerned about the abduction and disappearance of Rida Fretees, Chief of Staff for the First Deputy Prime Minister/Cabinet Office in Benghazi of the Government of National Unity (GNU).
Employees of the Cabinet Office (the Prime Minister’s Office) in Benghazi yesterday denounced the (Tripoli) authorities concerned with revealing the circumstances of the abduction in Tripoli of the Chief of the Benghazi Cabinet Rida Fretees.
Mohammed al-Kani, a Libyan militia leader who has been accused of murdering hundreds of civilians in the western Libyan town of Tarhuna, was announced dead on Tuesday by several local sources.