Libya Crimes Watch (LCW) on Monday condemned the recent arrest campaign that was executed by security and military factions in Benghazi, between 6 and 14 of October.
The son of former defence minister Mahdi Albarghathi has been reported dead following his arrest in Benghazi, a family member has confirmed.
The Libya Center for Strategic and Future Studies said that the Internal Security Apparatus had detained university professor Fathi Al-Baja, the director of the center’s branch in Benghazi, Siraj Daghman, and political activist Tariq Al-Bashari last Sunday, after asking them to go to one of its offices for investigation.
Local sources reported that Benghazi Internal Security Service detained former member of the Transitional Council and former Libyan ambassador to Canada, Fathi Al-Baja.
The Libyan Crime Watch and Human Rights Defender called for immediate disclosure of the conditions of inmates in Garnada Prison after Storm Daniel. They also urged for the provision of immediate aid to those affected.
Aisha spent months in Tripoli’s Abu Salim detention centre, before eventually making her way to Tunisia.
Amnesty International has officially documented the kidnapping of Professor Belkacem Eljard by the so-called Internal Security Agency operating under the Haftar-backed authorities in Benghazi.
The United Nations mission in Libya said on Monday it was concerned by the arbitrary arrest of migrants and asylum seekers in the country, accompanied by what it called a disturbing rise in hate speech and racist discourse.
Libya Crimes Watch (LCW) has announced that the Internal Security Agency in Benghazi “kidnapped” a member of “Barqa Mawtani” organization, Khaled al-Marghani, because of his “criticism of the kidnappings in eastern Libya.”
The US State Department confirmed that it was aware of reports related to the detention of an American citizen in Libya by a security agency in Tripoli, as a spokesperson for the department told CNN that when a US citizen is detained abroad, the department works to provide all forms …