Driving towards Sirte on Libya’s coastal highway, Major General Mohammed al-Ghossri gestures towards the desert expanse stretching south and shouts over his shoulder: “That’s all IS down there.”
From 1 July to 31 July 2018, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) documented 8 civilian casualties –three deaths and five injuries – during the conduct of hostilities across Libya. The casualty toll is the lowest on record since the beginning of the year. Victims included one man, …
The member of the Presidential Council (PC) for Cyrenaica region, Fathi Al-Mijibri, has announced withdrawing from the PC in Tripoli, citing militia control on the capital an the PC as well as on the decisions.
Libya’s Presidential Guard announced the graduation of its second batch of cadets on Sunday 15 July 2018 in Tripoli. It did not state how many had graduated.
The Tripoli Security Directorate (TSD) condemned on Tuesday what they described as suspicious movements and malicious attempts to destabilize the security and stability of the capital.
The Tripoli Chamber of Commerce was forced to backtrack hastily today after announcing yesterday that its head had been kidnapped from their headquarters by ‘’unknown militias’’.
The players and members of Tripoli-based Al-Ittihad took a beating by Benina stadium security personnel and Saiqa Force fighters in Benghazi on Sunday while they were scheduled to play Al-Ahli Benghazi as part of the fourth round of matches at the round-of-four matches of the Libya Football League.
The most powerful brigades in western Libya rejected on Sunday Paris conference scheduled for May 29, saying “the French initiative does not represent us.”
The spokesman for the Special Deterrence Force (SDF), Ahmed Bin Salem, confirmed that the SDF intervened to resolve an armed conflict that took place between Bab Tajoura Brigade and a group of men from Ras Hassan district of Tripoli.
Violence in Libya continues to have a devastating impact on health care in the country, with hospitals and other medical facilities bombed, shelled and looted; medical personnel targeted, attacked and even taken hostage or arbitrarily detained; and patients at times denied prompt life-saving care or attacked while getting treatment, according …