The U.S. Embassy revealed yesterday that Ambassador Richard Norland had held discussions with the incumbent Caretaker Prime Minister Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba in Tripoli yesterday.
As lawsuit against Haftar moves forward, lawyer of plaintiffs says “We are one step closer to accountability”
A lawsuit in the US against Khalifa Haftar is proceeding forward after it was put on pause last November before a key presidential vote in the country, which did not go ahead.
Special Advisor to the UN Secretary General on Libya, Stephanie Williams, urged the House of Representatives (HoR) on Tuesday to announce its representatives on her proposed HoR-High State Council (HSC) Joint Committee.
Statement by the co-chairs of the Political Working Group on the Libyan political process call for calm, stability and consensus
The Co-chairs of the Political Working Group of the International Follow-up Committee on Libya (Algeria, Germany, League of Arab States and United Nations) held a virtual meeting Tuesday in which they took stock of the unfolding developments in Libya and discussed how best to support the political process and keep …
Under-Secretary-General Rosemary DiCarlo’s briefing to the Security Council on the situation in Libya
In her briefing to the Security Council yesterday on the situation in Libya, UN Under-Secretary-General Rosemary DiCarlo warned that the Libya crisis could lead to instability and parallel governments in the country.
The Ministry of Interior announced the conclusion of the training course in the field of combating counterfeiting and forgery of public documents.
The UN Advisor Stephanie Williams met Tuesday in Tunisia with a group of members from the House of Representatives (HoR) and urged a timely and positive response from the HoR regarding the UN-proposed joint committee to work on the constitutional basis.
The continent’s major energy producers are ready to help meet European demand, but they lack the capacity and investment.
A lawsuit in the United States accusing Libyan military commander Khalifa Haftar of war crimes, torture, and extrajudicial killings has been ordered to move forward after a months-long pause in legal proceedings.
Ukrainian Defense Ministry’s Intelligence Directorate revealed that Russia had been recruiting mercenaries from Libya and Syria to fight with its forces in Ukraine.