The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) evacuated on Tuesday a group of 132 vulnerable asylum seekers out of Libya to Rwanda.
Few things have plagued western policymakers more this century than the tricky dilemmas in deciding when and when not to intervene militarily in a crisis, and then how to manage the aftermath.
Mansour Da’oub, Chief Military Prosecutor and Head of the Anti-Terrorism Unit in Tripoli, has been missing since May 22nd, after he was allegedly summoned to the Special Deterrence Force HQ, the United Nations Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) reported on Monday.
The United Nations has said that the number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Libya has dropped by 11.000 person (168.000 by January 31 compared to 179.000 in last November).
The Guardian: UN investigators say Wagner Group fighters did not mark mines’ positions and may have rigged bomb to teddy bear
Russian mercenaries in Libya systematically broke international law by laying mines in civilian areas without any attempt to mark their location or remove the lethal devices, UN investigators have found.
Libya’s Ambassador to the United Nations, Taher Al-Sunni, reviewed during his meeting with his US counterpart, Linda Greenfield, the developing situation in Libya and the challenges facing the political track.
U.N. Advisor on Libya, Stephanie Williams, met on Tuesday with members of Libya’s 5+5 Joint Military Committee on on the margins of a technical workshop in Toledo, Spain.
The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, said on Monday that elections are now more essential than ever, as he urged the Libyan parties to resume the electoral process that was halted last December.
A two-day technical workshop, dedicated to the modalities of international support for a program of disarmament and reintegration of Libyan armed groups, was launched in Spanish city of Toledo on Monday.
The consultations between Libya’s House of Representatives and High Council of State continue for the fifth day in Cairo.