Tunisia and Libya took back 276 sub-Saharan migrants stranded in a desert region along the border between the two countries and brought them to shelters on Thursday.
A cadaver recovery team has retrieved 12 unidentified bodies from a site near the Al-Jufra Air Base, in Waddan, south of the country, the General Authority for Search and Identification of Missing Persons has confirmed.
The Ministry of Interior of the Government of National Unity announced on Tuesday, the signing of two memorandums of understanding with Turkey.
The eastern-based House of Representatives (HoR) has condemned the military prosecutor’s move to annex Khums Port to the military naval base in the city, deeming the decision “invalid and illegal.”
Feasibility of renewable energy interconnector between Malta and Libya being analysed: Maltese Energy Minister Dalli
The feasibility of a renewable energy interconnector between Malta and Libya is currently being analysed after a memorandum of understanding was signed between the two countries, Energy Minister Miriam Dalli told The Malta Independent on Sunday.
Vice President of the Presidential Council, Mousa Al-Koni/ Supreme Commander of the Libyan Army, said that a unified military institution is crucial for the stability of our country during a workshop on Sunday to mark the 83rd anniversary of the founding of Libya’s Army.
The Libyan Presidential Council has pledged not to recognize military rule in Niger following a coup that ousted President Mohamed Bazoum.
Rome’s international summit on migration, held a week ago, paves the way for closer cooperation in the Euro-Mediterranean region, sanctioning a blueprint of cash for migration control with no concern for human rights.
The restoration of full diplomatic relations between Turkey and Egypt raises hope that cooperation can replace rivalry between these two regional powers.
Libya still faces difficult investment environment: US State Department 2023 Investment Climate report on Libya
The executive summary of US State Department’s 2023 Investment Climate report on Libya, published last week, says despite the high potential for domestic and foreign investment in Libya due to its reconstruction needs, unmet consumer demand, and rich natural resources, the country still faces a difficult investment environment.