Khalifa Haftar – the commander of the self-styled Libyan army in east Libya – has ordered the director of crime investigation department Salah Al-Hawidi to welcome any recruitment application from the fighters of Special Tasks Force of the deputy interior minister Faraj Egaiem, media office’s head of the crime investigation …
Faraj Egaim, deputy interior minister of Libya’s UN-backed unity government, survived an assassination attempt on Sunday when a car bomb hit his convoy in Libya’s Mediterranean city Benghazi.
Official spokesperson to the Libyan army, Colonel Ahmad al-Mismary, said that an agreement has been reached between Libyan parties at the Cairo talks and will be announced soon.
Male rape is being used systematically in Libya as an instrument of war and political domination by rival factions, according to multiple testimonies gathered by investigators.
The Presidential Council has issued a statement condemning the “heinous crime” and the “horrifying act” that led to the wholesale killing of 36 persons after being tortured then tossed on the road in Al-Abyar district in Benghazi.
Local complaints that army and police are not being deployed to halt deteriorating security in Sebha have led to agreement today to form a joint operations room in the town.
The continued detention of Libyans held prisoner long-term without trial or any other legal process was condemned at a workshop in Tunis today. Most, although not all, have been held since the 2011 revolution.
A European and African deal to stem the flow of migrants coming through Libya to Europe fails to tackle the abuses they face, the top U.N. human rights official wrote on Friday.
Gunfire is a regular enough event in Tripoli for it not to panic anyone – unless it happens to be just where you are. And today, one of Libya Herald’s reporters in Tripoli happened to be where it was.
Europe will be increasingly at risk from terrorists posing as migrants unless western capitals help Libya to stem the numbers crossing the Mediterranean, the country’s prime minister has told The Times.