The Libyan Red Crescent has announced the recovery of three unidentified bodies on the beaches of the Tokra area, east of the city of Benghazi, Libyan online media Fawasel Media reports, adding that the recovery took place “in collaboration with the local authorities”.
The Head of the High National Elections Commission (HNEC), Emad Al-Sayeh, said that the HNEC cannot replace political parties in the process of democratic awareness and political participation, saying that voters in the past elections used to vote for people not for parties, and people don’t have a vision like …
The health of Hannibal Gadhafi, son of the late Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, was deteriorating three days after he began a hunger strike to protest his prolonged detention without trial in Lebanon.
The Head of the High Council of State (HCS), Khaled Al-Mishri, says that Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah is using drones “to terrorize his political opponents” following the government’s airstrikes that targeted specific militias in Al-Mishri’s hometown of Zawiya.
Members of the Municipality, academics, and members of the House of Representatives (HoR) of Misrata city have called in a meeting with the UN envoy to Libya Abdoulaye Bathily in Misrata for a political process led and owned by Libyans, calling also for more decentralization.
The “National Constants Forum” has rejected the 13th constitutional amendment, stressing the need to end the current political division by holding legislative elections to come out with one body that represents everyone, away from regionalism, partisanship, tribalism and quotas.
Human rights organizations in Libya on Saturday welcomed the International Criminal Court’s move to issue arrest warrants for suspects allegedly involved in international crimes in Libya.
The destruction of Italian colonial-era buildings in the old city of Benghazi in Libya has triggered warnings of the consequences for the city’s architectural heritage.
Libya Crimes Watch (LCW) has announced that the Internal Security Agency in Benghazi “kidnapped” a member of “Barqa Mawtani” organization, Khaled al-Marghani, because of his “criticism of the kidnappings in eastern Libya.”
The relationship between the security and justice sectors in Libya and internally displaced persons (IDPs) is existential. The existence of IDP communities is the direct outcome of the failure of these sectors to effectively perform their core mandates since the beginning of the civil war. Despite the repeated promises of …