Khalid Al-Mishri: the Head of the Libyan consultation body of the Government of National Accord, High Council of State, has announced his resignation from the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood Group.
After incidents of looting, robberies and kidnappings and storming of houses were recorded done by forces under Khalifa Haftar’s command in Sabha, southern Libya, several tribesmen and elders in the city had issued a statement rejecting the presence of those force.
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.
Misrata elders demand end to security arrangements obstructors; reiterate rejection to military rule
Elders and leaders of Misrata held talks with Chairman of Presidential Council Fayez Sarraj on Wednesday on the current political and security dilemma in the country.
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.
Despite a large number of IDPs having returned home to Derna in the last six months, approximately 1,200 families continue to be displaced in several areas of Libya, including 600 families within the city, a UNHCR overview reported yesterday.
The Head of the UNSMIL, Ghassan Salame, has visited the southern region in Libya for the first time since he replaced the German Martin Kobler in June 2017 to discuss the current issues in the region.
Weeks earlier, Saif Islam Gaddafi’s team sent a letter to the Russian president and a top foreign policy official asking them to support the established road map for Libyan reconciliation and all citizens’ involvement in the settlement process. However the letter didn’t specify candidates that intend to run for the …
2018 has been another rough year for Libya, which has seen no peace since its government was destroyed by NATO bombardment in 2011.