The Libyan Public Prosecutor, Al-Siddiq Al-Sour, agreed with the commander of the West Coast Military Zone to establish a security force that would act upon the measures of the investigation authority regarding violations of the rights of some citizens in Al-Zawiya, in addition to prosecuting those found to have committed …
The new Head and members of the Supreme Military Court were sworn in before the Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, who is the Minister of Defense.
A Libyan court has sentenced 23 people to death and another 14 to life in prison for their role in a deadly ISIL (ISIS) campaign that included beheading a group of Egyptian Christians and seizing the city of Sirte in 2015.
Six Libyan nationals are under threat of execution for trying to “make people leave Islam”, as authorities increase their use of the law to clamp down on political dissent and blasphemy.
The National Commission for Human Rights in Libya (NCHRL) has welcomed the decision of the Supreme Judicial Council to pardon convicts.
United Nations investigators say security forces and armed militia groups in Libya have committed a wide range of war crimes.
Civil society organizations and NGOs in Tripoli have rejected the legal opinion issued by the Law Department of the Supreme Judicial Council, in which it considered them lacking legitimacy.
The former undersecretary of the Ministry of Defence, Al-Siddiq Al-Ghaithi, has been released from prison in Benghazi, local sources in Tobruk confirmed on Monday.
The UN Fact-finding Mission (FFM) has released a statement following its recent visit to Tripoli urging the Libyan authorities to take action to provide justice and redress to the vast number of victims suffering from longstanding violations of human rights and international humanitarian law.
A preliminary energy exploration deal between Libya’s Tripoli-based government and Turkey is “valid” despite a court ruling suspending it, according to Mohamed Aoun, Libya’s oil minister.