Authorities in Libya’s Tarhuna are planning to reactivate a criminal case regarding mass graves found in the northwestern town last year and bring perpetrators to justice.
Elections Can’t Fix What’s Wrong With Libya: A canceled presidential election might be just what the country needs.
Rather than offering a solution to Libya’s problems, an election might have simply compounded them. The existing election law hasn’t been accepted by all the participants; there are ongoing disputes over the eligibility of some of the main candidates and the eventual powers of the future president and parliament. If …
The Military Engineering Department said Sunday it had carried out operations to remove remnants of war in the Al-Tawesha area, on the outskirts of the capital, Tripoli.
The Libyan Crimes Watch (LCW) has reported the death of eight people, including seven children, during December as a result of the explosion of landmines planted in Tripoli.
A group of Libyan parliamentarians paid an official visit to Turkey Dec. 15, meeting Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the parliament speaker. The seven-member group, headed by Libya’s deputy parliament Speaker Fawzi al-Nuwairi, arrived in Ankara for the two-day visit invited by the Turkish parliament’s Libyan-Turkish Parliamentary Friendship Group. …
The Maltese Foreign Minister, Evarist Bartolo, urged for the change of immigration policies and dealing with Libya away from the colonial mentality, calling for sitting with Libyan officials to discuss the issue.
The Ministry of Interior convened on Wednesday a meeting to discuss a proposal submitted by the Human Rights Office regarding the establishment of a female police squad to deal with immigrant women.
The Libyan Interior Minister, Khalid Mazen, discussed Tuesday with the members of 5+5 Joint Military Commission (JMC), including Ahmed Abu Shahma, the latest developments of the security arrangements of the coastal road.
After weeks of uncertainty, Libya’s electoral commission recently suggested the elections be pushed back by a month to 24 January, owing to a lack of preparation and disagreements between different political forces on the legal basis of the poll.
Turkish foreign minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said that his country is working with the legitimate government in Libya and wants a comprehensive solution for the Libyan crisis.