The Presidential Council (PC) of the Government National Accord (GNA) said in a statement, on Sunday, that it had followed up what the elements, who claim that they are from the Libyan Army, in Benghazi, who dug up the graves and abused the corpses in an awful way.”
International quartet backs Libya’s unity government
A quartet of international groups says it supports efforts by Libya’s unity government to assert control over Tripoli after days of fighting with rival militias.
After Tripoli atttack, Hafter warns militias to leave capital or face the full force of the LNA
The head of the Libyan National Army, Field Marshal Khalifa Hafter, has ordered all militias in Tripoli to lay down their arms or face attack from his forces.
Shooting in Libya’s Tripoli during anti-militias demo
Gunmen opened fire in the Libyan capital on Friday as hundreds of people demonstrated against the presence of militias in Tripoli, where armed groups are key power brokers, witnesses said.
East Libyan forces claim victory in southwest Benghazi
Khalifa Haftar’s east Libyan forces have claimed capture of the final holdout of hardline armed forces in the southwest of Benghazi, ending weeks of resistance by fighters camped in a group of tower blocks.
East Libya oil terminals largely undamaged after fighting
A broken-down truck and a tank lie by the side of the road in the sand, and overturned boxes are strewn across the floor of a firefighting station but otherwise, Libya’s coastal Oil Crescent appears much as it did before a string of battles saw the eastern-based Libyan National Army …
Deterrent Force refuses military ruling
The Deterrent and Joint Intervention Force in Abu-Saleem, Tripoli, said that it denounces the Dignity Operation that led By General Khalifa Haftar because of its bad media way.
Inside Libya: The war for oil
“I wish you people had found water. Water makes men work. Oil makes men dream,” remarked King Idris of Libya when black gold was discovered in Libya in the 1950s. Today, the former ruler’s prophetic words seem to have come true. In al-Sidra, Libya’s largest oil terminal, which is located …
Can Russia resolve the conflict in Libya?
Russia is ready to step up its support of rebel factions in Libya’s eastern region and get a foothold in North Africa, but it will not deploy its military there, Russian analysts say.
‘Foreign countries need to stop interfering in Libya’
In an interview with The New Arab, the president of the Libyan State Council spoke out against other countries getting involved in Libyan affairs.