A cluster of military leaders from Misurata has said they would not accept the participation of Khalifa Haftar and Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi in the Libyan presidential elections.
Clashes between pro-Haftar 116 and Al-Hasoom brigades renewed in Houn, central Libya Tuesday night.
Security officers in Abu Salim Municipality have come under fire for assaulting a well-known public figure and former member of the General National Congress (GNC) Mahmoud Abdul Aziz at a polling station on Sunday.
The UN Security Council announced Monday that it has added Libyan national Osama Al Kuni Ibrahim to its sanctions list.
A military commission made up of rival camps in Libya’s conflict has agreed on a roadmap for the departure of foreign fighters, the United Nations said Friday after talks in Geneva.
French ambassador Beatrice du Hellen launched with Libyan local authorities the Moutaalleq Training Programme for the professional integration of 100 former militias in Zintan.
Fighting broke out in Tripoli early on Friday between rival armed forces, witnesses said, the heaviest clashes in the Libyan capital since the conflict between eastern and western factions paused a year ago.
State recognized militias clash in southern outskirt of Tripoli – kidnappings, injuries and deaths reported
Libya’s state recognized militias clashed in the southern outskirt of Tripoli of Salah Al-Deed overnight. Unofficial reports from hospitals have reported injuries. Social media reports deaths.
State-recognized militia clashes in Ajilat lead to civilian deaths – expose continued weakness of state
Three days of state-recognized militia clashes last week in and around the western city of Ajilat, 90 km west of Tripoli, have led to at least eight deaths, including innocent civilians, Libyan media reports. The clashes were between a Zawia and an Ajilat based militia – both state recognized.
The challenge of uniting and integrating this unwieldy alliance through a combination of narrative-building, coercion and external support has proven extremely difficult. This is mainly due to the contradictory political goals of the various factions that make up the LAAF.