The Libyan Red Crescent refuted claims say that it had found 116 Egyptian bodies buried in a desert area, east Libya. Several News outlets mistakenly reported that the bodies are of illegal immigrants, adding that they found their IDs and other personal belongings also buried with them.
A charter for peaceful coexistence, good-neighbourly relations, and mutual respect was signed between members Tabu and Awlad Suleiman tribes residing Al-Hijara neighbourhood in Sabha.
Derna security official: UN envoy Salame refused to meet Derna people due to orders from UAE, Egypt and France
A senior commander of Derna Protection Force (DPF) has unveiled contacts made with him by a state official to arrange a meeting for the DPF and Derna people with UN envoy to Libya Ghassan Salame.
The Libyan naval forces, led by National Army Commander Field Marshall Khalifa Haftar, announced on Friday that a new frigate has joined their fleet.
Since the latest escalation of armed conflict in Derna on 15 May, health sector sources report that at least six civilians have been killed and 14 injured, including one child, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs for Libya(OCHA) reports.
Misrata airport was abruptly shut down yesterday after a group of militias stormed the airport’s customs office and stole about two million euros.
Since the latest escalation of armed conflict in Derna on 15 May, health sector sources report that at least six civilians have been killed and 14 injured, including one child, United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs reported on Thursday.
A fighter from the ranks of Khalifa Haftar’s self-styled army has threatened to behead and kill Derna people and demolish their houses, in the latest appalling threats by radicals-dominated army.
In early April, Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, one of the most powerful leaders in conflict-divided Libya, was treated for an unspecified ailment at a military hospital near Paris.
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has called for the immediate withdrawal of a decree by the Faiez Serraj-led and internationally recognized Presidency Council / Government of National Accord (PC/GNA) in Tripoli that would turn a militia, guilty of abuses against journalists, into an anti-crime unit with very broad surveillance powers.