Uganda’s president on Wednesday condemned the coup in Burkina Faso, saying recent coups in West Africa were triggered by unrest in Libya after the fall of Gaddafi’s government.
Bodies of more than 740 suspected militants stored in 2016 at a facility southeast of Misrata city continue to decompose amid power cuts and government indecision over burials.
After five months of UN-brokered political talks between Libyan stakeholders, the country’s House of Representatives swore in on March 15 a new interim authority, the Government of National Unity (GNU).
We are not in Libya to support one party at the expense of another, Chadian Front for Change and Accord says
The spokesman for the Chadian Front for Change and Accord, Kingabe Ogouzeimi de Tapol, has expressed his regret that elections were not held in Libya, where there are many Chadian fighters, saying it is “unfortunate”.
In our series of letters from African journalists, Ismail Einashe meets a man who recounts how he was tricked into going to work in Libya – and how he escaped. A young Bangladeshi migrant in the Italian city of Palermo sits uneasily shuffling in a chair and playing with his …
Displaced for years by war, the Mokhtar family is set on reoccupying their home in Libya’s ruined city of Sirte, but bitter that they are repairing the shell-cratered apartment with almost no help.
Turkey has withdrawn a limited number of Syrian mercenaries from Libya over the past weeks, but the problem of foreign troops and militia presence in the war-torn nation remains unresolved only two months before the country’s elections.
The Sudanese Foreign Minister, Maryam Al-Mahdi, confirmed the presence of Sudanese mercenaries in Libya but said most of them aren’t linked to the government.
Libya’s Counter Terrorism Force (CTF) announced today the arrest of members of the terrorist organization ISIS in the city of Msallata. According to the state Alrasmiya TV report, the arrests were in coordination with the Office of the Attorney General.
The National Oil Corporation (NOC) confirmed yesterday the disappearance of two of its employees on Sunday in what it called ‘‘mysterious circumstances’’ in the capital Tripoli.