Two years after the political turmoil in Libya, there are still many dangerous weapons in the country – a legacy of the Gaddafi regime posing a risk to the entire region. So the German Government is now intensifying its commitment to eliminating weapons and munitions in Libya.Read More »
Just before 1.30 pm today, and only minutes before the new official government spokesperson made his debut and read out his pre-prepared statement regarding the multi-explosions of cars on the airport road, there was a power cut at the Prime Minister’s office.Read More »
Threats of clashes between Tajoura and Misrata subsided today after three Tajoura men seized by Misratan brigadesmen were released and the brigade agreed to quit its Tajoura base. A number of Misratan truck drivers, seized by Tajoura in reprisal for the abduction were also released.Read More »
Young people from around Libya are exploring ideas about transitional justice with local and international speakers in a two-day event at the Bab Al Bahr Hotel.Read More »
When everything is important, nothing is important. Governments, organizations and individuals must proactively set their priorities in order to allocate and leverage limited resources effectively. Libya is faced with a long and growing list of daunting challenges. Stakeholders have many needs and they all want their needs fulfilled now. While …Read More »
Opinion: Prosecutor’s Office statement – signs of the emergence of Libya as a nation of the rule of law?
Plurality of powers in Libya? The Prosecutor’s Office last week released a statement through its official spokesperson that contained some interesting content with huge relevance for the new post February 17 Libya.Read More »
The checkpoint outside Misrata on the Tripoli road is more like an international border than the boundary of a city.Read More »