Libya’s National Oil Corporation said Tuesday that an armed group blockading two major oil fields had lifted its siege and that production had resumed at one of them.
Libya’s national oil company said Sunday that an armed group has shut down two crucial oil fields, causing the country’s daily production of oil to drop by 330,000 barrels.
The Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) said closure of crude valves that pump oil out of Sharara and El Feel oilfields led to the loss of 330.000 barrels per day (bpd) worth over 160 million dinars.
The 444th Brigade has arrested Mohamed Abdel Hakim Haniyeh, nicknamed, The “Drama,” wanted for his alleged involvement in the mass graves of Tarhouna.
The Libyan Crimes Watch (LCW) said that it has monitored 41 kidnapping and enforced disappearance cases throughout Libya for the year 2021, including 2 females and one child.
Gunmen have attacked Libyan Prime Minister Abdulhamid Dbeibah’s convoy in the capital, Tripoli, according to sources, hours before the eastern-based parliament is due to convene to elect a new prime minister.
Terrorism that stems from religious ideology has always transcended national borders, as it does not recognize these borders that contradict its fundamentalist rhetoric, which considers the Islamic caliphate in its loose sense the basis of its political activity, and this was evident in the agendas of the terrorist organization ISIS …
UN experts say rebel groups in Darfur that signed a peace agreement with the Sudanese government in 2020 continue to operate in Libya and profit from opportunities provided by the civil war and lack of government control in the oil-rich north African nation.
The Ministry of Interior says that a group affiliated with ISIS is moving in the southwestern region to destabilize the security in the country.
Fighters linked to the Islamic State group have killed three Libyan security personnel in the country’s southwest, the interior ministry said Thursday.