Between 14 and 21 November 2012, an armed conflict took place between Israel and Palestinian armed groups in the Gaza Strip, notably the military wings of the Palestinian factions Hamas (Islamic Resistance Movement) and Islamic Jihad. More than 160 Palestinians and six Israelis were killed in this conflict; at least …
The bruising battle in the internationally-recognised Thinni government in Beida in over the position of disputed Interior Minister Omar Sinki shows no sign of ending.
In a startling and damaging display of political disunity within the internationally recognised government, the newly installed police chief in Benghazi has ordered the arrest of the Omar Sinki, officially still Minister of the Interior in the Beida government. Colonel Mustafa Ragaig, who was appointed by the interior ministry as …
Three years after the fall of Muammar Gadhafi and his regime, Libya is again on the brink of civil war. Various circumstances underlie this predicament—mistrust between regions, political power struggles, and sporadic and uncoordinated security and justice sector reforms. So that better understanding of the security needs of Libyan citizens …
Government wants to build army and police and will accept outcomes of UN-led dialogue: Prime Minister Thinni
The Prime Minister reiterated his support for the rebuilding of state security institutions and his full support for the UN-led political dialogue in Morocco.
Libyan Interior Minister Colonel Ahmed Barka has welcomed the arrival of 2,000 Libyan trainees at the Egyptian Police Academy in Cairo.
Daesh militants claimed responsible via Twitter for a bomb attack on a police station in Tripoli, Libya,Reuters reports.
A man is reported to have been arrested in Benghazi, charged with the assassination in December 2013 of Colonel Kamal Bazaza, head of military intelligence in the city, and in May last year of the editor of the Benghazi newspaper Burniq, Muftah Awad Buzid.
Security forces affiliated with Libya’s Tripoli-based “salvation” government have secured the release 47 Arab and African workers earlier taken hostage by a militant group, a government security official said Monday.
The Ministry of Interior has announced that it has arrested a number of top terror suspects in Benghazi, Marj, and Bersis and has referred them to the Public Prosecution’s Office, it revealed yesterday.