The Security Jam is a massive global brainstorm to be held entirely online from April 25-28, 2016, for which you can register here. Several thousand participants – civilians and military governments officials, representatives of international organisations, civil society and NGOs, academia, think tanks, the media and the private sector – …
A Saudi-owned ship landed in Tobruk port during the last few days; confirmed information revealed it is brought from United Arab Emirate (UAE). The ship was loaded with 600 military vehicles, and more than 50 armored personal carriers, the cargo supposed to arrive in a military camp called Emdad, affiliated …
British ground troops could be sent to fight in Libya, the British foreign secretary hinted on Sunday, stressing that the decision would need to be put before MPs.
As expected the US has followed the EU and imposed sanctions on Khalifa Ghwell, the “prime minister” appointed by the General National Congress (GNC). He was sanctioned by the Europeans earlier this month along with GNC president Nuri Abu Sahmain and the president of the House of Representatives, Ageela Saleh, …
TRIPOLI – Libya’s parliament postponed a vote of confidence expected to be held Monday on a new UN-backed unity government even as it asserted its authority by assuming control of two ministries.
The European Union on Monday offered “concrete” support to Libya’s new unity government to boost the economy and security, including training for the Libyan coastguard to stem the influx of migrants across the Mediterranean.
The United Nations envoy to Libya Martin Kobler has called on the internationally recognised parliament based in the city of Tobruk to support the unity government headed by Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj, explaining that he will visit Tobruk on Monday to encourage support.
British PM David Cameron has come under renewed pressure to reveal details of possible UK military action in Libya as EU ministers are about to meet to discuss sending security units to the North African country.
Muammar Gaddafi sought Israeli help to halt Nato air strikes against him in the last days before he was toppled, according to reports from Israel.
TRIPOLI – A group of European ambassadors flew into Libya’s capital Thursday for the first time since 2014 to support the unity government’s struggle to end years of chaos exploited by jihadists.