Under the supervision of the Tripoli-based Libyan Prime Minister, Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba, the Minister of Transport, Mohamed Al-Shahoubi, and the Chief of the General Staff of the (western-based) Libyan Army, Lieutenant General Mohamed Al-Haddad, signed an agreement to allocate an area of the Al-Khoms Naval Base, to Al-Khoms commercial port. …
The eastern-based House of Representatives (HoR) has condemned the military prosecutor’s move to annex Khums Port to the military naval base in the city, deeming the decision “invalid and illegal.”
The remains of six victims whom the pro-Khalifa Haftar militia, Al-Kani killed and dumped into mass graves have been named after undergoing the identification process.
Authorities in Tarhuna have discovered two new mass graves in the city, the General Authority for Research and Identification of Missing Persons announced on Monday.
Authorities in Libya have unveiled the identity of 11 bodies recovered earlier from mass graves.
The General Authority for Search and Identification of Missing Persons has confirmed the identity of nine anonymous bodies recovered earlier from Tarhuna.
A body removal crew was dispatched on Monday to the public landfill in Tarhuna after receiving reports that eight unidentified bodies were buried at the site.
Tarhouna Victims Association published its annual report for 2022, criticizing the Government of National Unity’s performance towards the mass grave’s perpetrators’ impunity and the absence of the competent authorities’ desire to bring them to justice.
The authorities have recovered six new remains from a site discovered Tuesday, located in the general landfill of Tarhuna.
Libyan authorities, on Wednesday, exhumed six bodies from a mass grave in the city of Tarhuna, south of the capital, Tripoli, Anadolu News Agency reports.