The Russian Ambassador to Libya, Aydar Aganin, said in an interview with TASS on Monday that “there is a risk of delivering weapons to Ukraine, saying those weapons are spreading across Africa, with Libya being such a transit corridor during the period of anarchy and chaos in the country”.
The British ambassador to Libya, Caroline Hurndall, said in an interview with Al Jazeera Mubasher TV channel that it was difficult for the world to deal with a Libyan president who is wanted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) – referring to Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi – adding that this would …
International monitoring has pushed Khalifa Haftar into changing the routes his forces use to supply Sudan’s Rapid Support Forces (RSF), local sources close to the eastern Libyan commander have told Middle East Eye.
Italy has lifted a 10-year-long ban on Libyan civil aviation using Italian airspace, with flights due to resume from September, the Libyan government said on Sunday.
Obangui Medias newspaper in Central Africa Republic (CAR) said about 500 Russian Wagner Group mercenaries left CAR and were likely to be heading toward Libya.
Yevgeny Prigozhin’s attempted insurrection against the Russian Ministry of Defence (MOD) last month created massive confusion. The rebellion raised many questions about what might come next for the war in Ukraine and the future of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s rule.
Tunisian security forces have expelled hundreds of Black African people from Sfax to the border region with Libya, according to rights groups, a day after a Tunisian man was killed during violent confrontations in the southeastern city.
Why every day on the Mediterranean is a new scandal for Europe.
Chief of Media Operations Team at the US Africa Command – AFRICOM, Kelly Cahalan, has denied their connection to the reported air strikes that targeted some sites in eastern Libya in the past few days.
New York Times has reported that new military and CIA drone operators generally must obtain advance permission from President Biden, who adjusted the rules for such strikes in last October, to target a suspected militant outside a conventional war zone – including Libya.