The Government of National Unity’s Minister of Interior, Brigadier General Khalid Mazen, in the Turkish capital Ankara, on Monday met with the Turkish Minister of Interior, Suleiman Sowelu, on the sidelines of the first meeting of the Libyan -Turkish Council for High-Level Strategic Cooperation.
Chief Prosecutor of Northern Tripoli, Omar Fakini on Monday confirmed that the Interior Minister’s convoy that was traveling down the highway west of Tripoli on the 21st of February did not come under attack.
Libya’s Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha said on Monday he escaped a “well-planned” assassination attempt on Sunday, Anadolu Agency reports.
Tripoli Defence Minister Namroush takes steps to secure Tripoli after Bashagha alleged assassination attempt
The Tripoli based Libyan Minister of Defence, Salah Namroush yesterday announced that he had put measures in place to secure Tripoli after the alleged assassination attempt on Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha.
Libya’s Tripoli Interior Minister, Fathi Bashagha, survived an attack on his motorcade in Tripoli today. He was on his way home in the western outskirt of Janzur.
Tripoli Interior Ministry reports 353 cases of premeditated murder, 242 kidnappings and 2,346 other crimes in 2020
The Tripoli Interior Ministry reported 353 cases of premeditated murder, 242 kidnappings and 2,346 other crimes in 2020. It says the figures are for the whole of Libya.
The first batch of militias started their first training course yesterday at its Higher Officers Institute, the Tripoli Interior Ministry reported yesterday.
Tripoli Interior Ministry send force to impose law and order in Tarhuna following disorder believed to be sparked by Kaniat mass graves body identifications
The Tripoli based Interior Ministry sent a strong force on Sunday into Tarhuna to reimpose security after disorder and attacks on property.
The Tripoli-based Interior Ministry’s ‘‘Combatants Inclusion’’ (militia DDR) Committee announced yesterday that its first training course for the government recognized militias is ready to start.
Forensics teams in war-shattered Libya have discovered 10 more bodies in mass graves in a once militia-controlled town outside the capital Tripoli, the Government of National Accord said on Thursday.