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Presidential Council probes slaughter of 36 persons in Benghazi’s Al-Abyar

The Presidential Council has issued a statement condemning the “heinous crime” and the “horrifying act” that led to the wholesale killing of 36 persons after being tortured then tossed on the road in Al-Abyar district in Benghazi.

ANALYSIS: After Sabratha battle, scramble for western Libya is on

When a multi-million dollar Italian effort to stem migration from western Libya backfired and fuelled deadly clashes earlier this month, it brought together an odd set of alliances which could reshape the future of the country.

Second round of Libyan dialogue begins with dispute over methods of choosing Presidential Council

The second round of talks between the dialogue committees of the House of Representatives of Tobruk (HoR) and the High Council of State of Tripoli began on Sunday in Tunis to define draft changes to the Libyan political agreement forged in Skhirat, Morocco, in December 2015.

Libyan eastern authorities redirect flight to Benghazi to arrest Libyan electricity chief

The mayor of Tobruk Al-Naji Mazik dropped a bombshell for media when he said that the so-called authorities of eastern Libya redirected a flight from Tobruk airport to Benghazi’s Benina airport in order to arrest the CEO of the General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL).

Dahlan investigated by ICC for links with Saif al-Islam Gaddafi

Exiled senior Fatah member Mohammed Dahlan has been investigated by the International Criminal Court for his involvement with Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, the second son of deposed Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, documents seen by Middle East Eye can reveal.