The United States military carried out an airstrike against ISIS terrorists in southern Libya on Thursday.
Two Jordanians kidnapped in Libya released, one remains in custody
Jordan said on Wednesday that two of three Jordanians who were kidnapped in Libya last year had been released.
Libya: Sirte Protection Force condemns foreign airstrikes on its positions
The Sirte Protection Force (SPF) has condemned airstrikes by foreign drones backing up Khalifa Haftar’s forces on its positions in and around the city in central Libya.
Unspeakable Crime: Rape as a Weapon of War in Libya
Editor’s note: This film will be removed on October 6, 2019. Filmmaker: Cecile Allegra “If you use a bomb it goes through the body. It kills and it leaves a mark. Any weapon does. But rape is an invisible weapon. It’s only uncovered if the victim speaks out,” says Imad …
Arrival of ‘thousands’ of foreign mercenaries risks escalating Libya conflict: UN envoy
The United Nations’ special envoy for Libya has warned that the North African country’s conflict may be escalated and extended by the arrival of thousands of foreign mercenaries.
Counter-Terrorism Force arrests four ISIS suspects in Sirte
The Counter-Terrorism Force has arrested four people, including a woman, suspected of belonging to ISIS.
ISIS sleeper cells depicted outside Libya’s capital
The spokesman for Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous Operation Mohammed Al-Ghasri has told Libyan Express that they have depicted movements for ISIS in Garabulli area outside Tripoli.
Gold, weapons, fighters: Sudanese Janjaweed’s international path to power
Perched on pick-up trucks adorned with machine guns and baskets of rocket-propelled grenades, the notorious Rapid Support Forces (RSF) were an unsettling sight for Khartoum when they began fanning out across the Sudanese capital earlier this year.
Chad jails 243 rebels over February incursion from Libya
Chad’s justice minister has said a “special criminal court” handed jail terms to 243 rebels who crossed from Libya in February, before their incursion was halted by French air raids.
Chad shuts down border with Libya, citing security concerns
Chad’s Defense Minister, Mahamat Abali Sala, on Wednesday, announced the closure of his country’s land borders with Libya, Sudan and the Central African Republic (CAR) citing security reasons for the move.