A plane from the forces of renegade former Libyan general Khalifa Haftar crashed in the city of Tobruk on Tuesday, killing the pilot and a child, a security official said.
The Libyan government has said that militias have captured most government ministries in Tripoli, adding that armed men had blocked staff from entering offices.
Irish journalist Mary Fitzgerald is featured in the Middle East Week podcast, discussing the ongoing turmoil in Libya.
Twenty-five people killed in clashes between general Haftar’s troops and militia fighters in fight to control Benghazi airport
Operation Dawn captures airport in fierce fighting against pro-government militias after five-week siege in the capital
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) deprecates what the militias, which affiliated with “Fajr Libya” (Libya Dawn ) Group, did on Sunday dawn, August 24. The militias have stormed the headquarters of “Alassema TV” in Tripoli and abducted the workers, who had been there.
A mystery plane that has been engaged in air-strikes over Libya has struck again this time killing 10 militants
Egypt and the Emirates were responsible for bombings on Islamist positions in Tripoli the Misratan-led Operation Libya Dawn has claimed.
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) expresses condemnation of the abduction of two journalists, Osama Rashed and Mohamed Al-Saeedi, by unknown gunmen in Libya, dated the 19th of August, 2014. The abduction took place while the two journalists were passing a “Janzour” checkpoint, west of Tripoli.
In wake of mystery air attacks on Tripoli this week, Tunisia and Egypt’s Cairo airports cancel flights to and from Libya