Over the past several years, North African countries have worked to heavily fortify their borders. A 200-kilometer (125-mile) trench, completed in February 2016, runs along the Tunisian–Libyan border. Twelve hundred kilometers (746 miles) to the west, two new walls mark the border between Morocco and Algeria. These barriers are symptom …
The Libyan Oil and Gas Crisis Committee announced Saturday the outbreak of clashes between the Zawiya Refinery Coast Guards and the fuel smuggling gangs in the Libyan territorial waters.
Member of the Municipal Council of Wazan, Munir Said, confirmed in a statement to local media the closure of the Dehiba-Wazen crossing border between Tunisia and Libya because of acts of violence committed by Tunisians on Libyan citizens in protest against suspending the transit of cargo trucks between Libya and Tunisia.
The Head of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sirraj arrived on Wednesday in Chad and discussed with the President Idriss Déby issues of mutual interests and stability as well as security in Libya.
The Information Office of the Ministry of the Interior (MoI) of the Faiez Serraj-led Presidency Council and Government of Accord has announced today that it has decided to continue the closure from the Libyan side of the main Libyan-Tunisian land border crossing at Ras Ajdir.
Libyan and Tunisian officials were unable to come to an agreement to reopen the key Ras Ajdir border crossing on Wednesday in a meeting which came after more than 10 days of closure.
The Director of the Security Directorate of Ras Ajdir and heads of the security services of the border, at the Libyan side, have agreed to close the border again until meeting with the Minister of Interior to discuss the latest developments in the area, according to sources at Ras Ajdir …
Libya has signed an agreement with its southern neighboring countries Niger, Chad and Sudan to secure the joint border against human and weapons smuggling.
Misrata airport was abruptly shut down yesterday after a group of militias stormed the airport’s customs office and stole about two million euros.
European Union Border Assistance Mission in Libya (EUBAM) has apologized to Libya over the representation of one of its advisors of Libya at the World Customs Organization (WCO) Conference in Brussels.