BENGHAZI: Parliament in Libya has named a new military chief of staff tasked with tackling armed militias that control vast areas of the violence-plagued North African nation.
A mystery plane that has been engaged in air-strikes over Libya has struck again this time killing 10 militants
Although the West also worries about the consequences of Libya becoming a failed state in which militias roam at will, intervention in multi-sided wars presents difficulties
The US Office of Management and Budget has reportedly approved a controversial Dept of Homeland Security (DHS) rule to ease the way for Libyans to attend U.S. flight schools.
Unidentified military jets target ammunition bunkers belonging to Islamist militias in Tripoli as rival militias continue their fight for supremacy in the Libyan capital
Air raids carried out last night over Tripoli on the positions of Misratan-led forces could not have been made by Libyan warplanes the General Chief of Staff has said.
As food supplies run low in Tripoli, Libya’s Chief of Staff announces he has “no control” over government-funded rebel groups
In what was described by a House of Representatives (HoR) member as a rough session, Libya’s Chief of Staff Abdulati Al-Obeidi faced numerous tough accusations in a grueling session that lasted over three hours yesterday.
Caretaker Prime Minister Abdullah Thenni called upon army personnel yesterday to adhere to military laws and regulations and have pride in and loyalty to the army for the defence of the nation and its borders.
Statements on Egypt’s apparent intention to intervene in Libya caused many observers to recall the sole military incident between Egypt and Libya, which occurred in 1977. However, today’s crisis is nothing like that of 1977’s crisis. Libya’s Colonel Muammar Qaddafi was a leader who is all about slogans. Back then, he dared …