Chief Prosecutor of Northern Tripoli, Omar Fakini on Monday confirmed that the Interior Minister’s convoy that was traveling down the highway west of Tripoli on the 21st of February did not come under attack.
A senior UN diplomat in Libya told the Saudi newspaper Al-Sharq Al-Awsat on Friday that there are about 20,000 mercenaries in Libya.
Libya’s Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha said on Monday he escaped a “well-planned” assassination attempt on Sunday, Anadolu Agency reports.
Tripoli Defence Minister Namroush takes steps to secure Tripoli after Bashagha alleged assassination attempt
The Tripoli based Libyan Minister of Defence, Salah Namroush yesterday announced that he had put measures in place to secure Tripoli after the alleged assassination attempt on Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha.
Libya’s Tripoli Interior Minister, Fathi Bashagha, survived an attack on his motorcade in Tripoli today. He was on his way home in the western outskirt of Janzur.
A child was killed and others injured when a shell from an unknown source landed on a group of people celebrating the Libyan revolution’s tenth anniversary in Sabha, south of the country.
In Libya ten years after uprising ‘abusive militias evade justice and instead reap rewards’: Amnesty
Ten years after the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi, justice has yet to be delivered to victims of war crimes and serious human rights violations including unlawful killings, enforced disappearances, torture, forced displacement and abductions committed by militias and armed groups, Amnesty International said today.
An armed group from Awaqir tribe in eastern Libya mobilized fighters and gunmen in Benina and Al-Rajma in southeast Benghazi after Khalifa Haftar’s forces had detained tribal senior leader Khalid Bulaghib at Benina airport.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) stated that mercenaries meant to be departing Libya as stipulated the ceasefire agreement signed in Libya are merely being replaced by other fighters on the ground.
The Head of Sudan Liberation Movement, (SLA), Minni Arko Minnawi, has admitted that his forces were present on Libyan soil, claiming that they did not participate in any military action on the part of any side in the country.