A Libyan air force colonel has been killed in the eastern city of Benghazi, the latest in a series of attacks on security forces in the post-revolution country.
Jury's out on Libya? At least it's not Syria
WASHINGTON, DC — The Libyan government, weakened by continued divisions among the regional militia groups that toppled the notorious Muammar Gaddafi, braced this week for downbeat assessments of the country’s performance two years after the civil war officially ended.
Years after Kadhafi death, Libya fears grow
Libya will mark the second anniversary of Liberation Day on Wednesday (October 23rd) amid a tense atmosphere of unrest and widespread insecurity.
Two years after conflict Libya must end plight of displaced communities
The Libyan authorities must urgently find a durable solution to end the continued forcible displacement of tens of thousands of Tawarghas and other communities, from their hometown during the armed conflict of 2011, said Amnesty International.
Terrorists hijack Libyan revolution
Two years after Moamer Kadhafi’s overthrow, militants roam the streets and desert of Libya as they try to build an Islamic emirate and promote their long-held hard-line ideology.
Libya struggles to secure cities, borders
With Libya plagued by terrorist attacks and daily assassinations, many are urging authorities to rapidly restore a professional army.
Benghazi blames government for security morass
Libya’s second city lives daily with car bombings at hospitals, shootings outside mosques, explosions at hotels and government offices, carjackings and other crimes.
Security tops Tunisia, Libya talks
Tunisia and Libya agreed this week to bolster security collaboration in their mutual fight against terrorism and militant groups.
Libyan PM's kidnapping deepen fears for country's disintegration
Abduction of Ali Zeidan by own security force points up divisions, with regular army and police units increasingly in opposition to powerful militias
Q&A: Lawless Libya
The brief detention of Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has highlighted the power of the militias set up to topple Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, which still prevent the government from exercising control.