Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) demanded that the armed militia, claiming attachment to the local Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG), immediately and without any condition withdraw from El Sharara oilfield.
It was the late fall of 2015—the height of a fierce, multiyear battle for this troubled eastern Libyan city. The fighting was often described in the media as pitting Islamists against “secularists.” The men at the camp were lumped together with the so-called secularists, led by a former Libyan army …
Since the fall of Gaddafi’s regime in 2011, Libya has had three distinct electoral experiences, which have in turn given birth to three political institutions: the General National Congress (GNC), the Constitution Drafting Assembly (CDA) and the House of Representatives (HoR).
Libya is losing $32.5 million every day as a result of the closure of the El-Sharara oil field, the National Oil Corporation (NOC) warned yesterday.
The Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) has declared force majeure after a group of local protesters “occupied” the country’s largest oil field Sharara and forced production to shut down, the company said in a statement on Monday.
Once, they were loyal to former leader Muammar Gaddafi. Now, members of a shadowy Islamic movement have allied themselves to rival sides of the war in Libya.
The European Council said it had adopted conclusions on Libya in a meeting on Monday. The council welcomed the outcome of the Conference for Libya hosted by Italy in Palermo on 12 and 13 November 2018, which followed the Paris Conference held on 29 May 2018.
The municipality of Jufra confirmed Sunday that ISIS militants had killed 6 people whom they kidnapped from Fuqaha town late last October.
Gunfights and bladed weapons have claimed the lives of 7 people and the injury of over 500 others in Benghazi last November, according to official statistics.
News website the “Intercept” said it had obtained documents which prove the possession of the US military a vast network of bases in Africa, including three sites in Libya that have not been previously disclosed.