Operation Dignity has claimed that yesterday evening its air forces bombed and sank a ship as it attempted to gain entry to Benghazi Port.
The crisis in Libya appears to be reaching a turning point. The military situation is at a standstill, yet the political status quo cannot hold for much longer as control of the Central Bank and the oil wealth has become the primary field of contention. This presents an opening for …
Libya’s prime minister visits Cairo for military support while violence continues in Benghazi
Libyan authorities have found dozens of illegal migrants, mostly Palestinians and Syrians, dead off Libya earlier their month after their boat sank due to technical problems, an international rights watchdog said Tuesday.
The UN sponsored talks are expected to begin again within the next few days after having the Eid holiday off. Tripoli has remained relatively quiet throughout the Eid al Adha festivities thus far, although militia leaders from Zintan have continued to claim that they intend to launch a counteroffensive against …
Nine more members of Saiqa Special Forces have died and three members of Benghazi Revolutionaries’ Shoura Council (BRSC) were also reportedly killed as the identities of those slain in the last five days of fighting continue to emerge.
One hundred and ninety six migrants attempting to cross Mediterranean were rescued by the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) in one week with some 2,200 saved since the beginning of August. Many had set out from Libya.
While the world’s attention is focused elsewhere, Libya continues descending into ever-greater chaos, with Islamist militants now holding the upper hand. The longer this writhing maelstrom remains on the global back burner, the higher the chances of an even more problematic challenge ahead. Already, the near total absence of central …
In what may signal a rift between the revolutionary brigade and its partners in the Libya Dawn Operation, Libya Shield Central has said it remains open to involvement in any further potential peace talks.
Egypt has reportedly offered to train pro-government forces battling rival armed groups in Libya.