The Head of the High Council of State (HCS), Khaled Al-Mishri, says that Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah is using drones “to terrorize his political opponents” following the government’s airstrikes that targeted specific militias in Al-Mishri’s hometown of Zawiya.
Libya parliament says drone strike targeted lawmaker’s home
Libya’s parliament, based in the east of the country, accused the Tripoli-based government Friday of targeting the home of one of its lawmakers in a drone strike the previous day.
Defense and Security Council reviews security situation in Al-Zawiya, west Libya
The Defense and Security Council held on Tuesday a meeting chaired by the Head of the Presidential Council, Supreme Commander of the Libyan Army, Mohammed Menfi, in the presence of the Prime Minister, Minister of Defense Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, Chief of Staff Mohammed Haddad, the Head of the General Intelligence …
Libyan forces deploy in western city after deadly fighting
Libyan security forces said Sunday they had deployed in Zawiya after battles between armed groups in the western city left three people dead including two civilians, according to medics.
Highest-level security meeting held over Zawia militia clashes
A meeting was held Tuesday, in the Presidential Council’s office, which included the Supreme Commander of the Libyan Army, the Prime Minister – Minister of Defence, Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba, the Chief of General Intelligence, the Chief of the General Staff, and a number of specific Chiefs of Staff, with the …
Libyans protest against militias for recruiting migrants
Libyan residents of Zawiya were out in protest on Thursday against militia groups they accuse of recruiting migrants into their ranks and involving them in alleged acts of torture, residents said.
Fresh clashes in Zawiya kills two people injures another
Two people were killed and another injured when two armed factions exchanged fire in the Mutrad area, west of Al-Zawiya, on Monday.
22 Syrian migrants on hunger strike in Libyan prison
At least 22 Syrian migrants detained for more than five months in Libya began a hunger strike Monday to demand their release, a Libyan rights group said.
Two deaths in armed clashes in Libya’s Sabratha
Two people died and two others were injured in clashes in Sabratha, west of Tripoli, on Friday, according to the ambulance and emergency apparatus.
Law Enforcement Force clashes with armed human traffickers near Sabratha shores
The Law Enforcement Force said that it had clashed with an armed group working in human trafficking in front of the beach of Sabratha, adding that its units spotted a suspicious movement near the sea.