Today, on the International Day of Victims of Enforced Disappearances, the United National Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) expresses its solidarity with the countless victims of enforced disappearances and missing persons in Libya. The Mission calls on relevant authorities to address enforced disappearances as part of a rights-based national reconciliation …
The Missing, Detained and Damaged Association of Tawergha said activist and Head of Tawergha Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) Organization Omran Younis was arrested in Benghazi by a military apparatus.
The picture of a 19-year-old’s body hanging lifeless from the ceiling in one of the halls-cum-dorms of the Ain Zara detention centre, south of Libya’s capital, Tripoli, is the latest evidence of the human cost of the country’s detention centres.
Asylum seekers sent from filthy, dangerous Libyan detention centres to Rwanda say their new quarters are a huge improvement but they still want to reach Europe – raising questions over the deterrent effect of Britain’s plan to transfer migrants to the East African country, Reuters reports.
Europe has been accused by a senior international official of acquiescence over the plight of thousands of migrants in Libya held in arbitrary detention in “deplorable conditions”.
The U.N. Mission in Libya welcomed on Thursday the release of three Libyan public figures who were illegally detained for prolonged periods.
The National Human Rights Commission in Libya (NCHRL) called on the Public Prosecutor to commit all security and military apparatuses to avoiding publishing confession statements and identities of detainees on social media and TV channels.
An armed group associated with the Libyan Arab Armed Forces (LAAF) arbitrarily arrested at least 50 residents of the city of Derna following a January 16, 2022, prison escape, Human Rights Watch said today.
Bashagha calls on Attorney General to stop Aldabaiba from preventing his ministers from travelling from Tripoli’s Mitiga airpo
The HoR’s newly-appointed prime minister Fathi Bashagha has appealed to the Attorney General to stop Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba from preventing Bashagha’s new ministers from travelling from Tripoli’s Mitiga airport to parliament in Tobruk to take the oath of office.
Yasin has lost count of how many times he has been shot at – but he does remember the last time.