The Western Military Zone of the Presidential Council said that the hostile acts that took place in the past days in the area of Ghadwa -southeast of Sabha- including the bombing of Murzuk and the interference of armed groups of Sudanese opposition groups in the hostilities, clearly shows that the …
One group of Libyan militias has spilled the beans on how another group of militias was able to finance itself.
Most of the 48,000 former residents of the Libyan town of Tawergha, forcibly displaced for seven years, have not been able to return home, Human Rights Watch said today after visiting the town.
Spokesman for the Aid and Emergency Service Osama Ali confirmed the receipt of names of the dead, who have been kept in Tarhouna’s Hospital, after receiving the official list of fatalities in Tripoli, in preparation for the exchange of bodies between Tripoli Protection Force and the Seventh Brigade of Tarhouna.
The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) has warned of an impending conflict in southern Libya amid military incursions and statements by opposing parties.
The Libyan Human Rights Solidarity organization said Tuesday on Facebook that the International Criminal Court (ICC) had opened an investigation into human rights violations at Mitiga prison that is run by Special Deterrence Force (SDF) in Tripoli.
The Municipal Council of Tarhouna announced the resumption of work in all sectors, departments and government offices, as well as resuming classes, starting from Monday.
Rival Libyan militias agreed to a new ceasefire aimed at halting nearly a week of deadly clashes south of the capital Tripoli, officials said.
A freelance journalist who contributed to The Associated Press and other news organizations was killed Saturday in the Libyan capital, a colleague said.
Three deaths, 11 injuries and one missing were reported by the Faiez Serraj Tripoli Health Ministry (MoH) in Friday’s south Tripoli militia fighting.