While rival governments in Libya are locked in civil conflict, commanding most domestic and international attention, trials are moving forward in Tripoli for former high-ranking figures from the regime of Muammar al-Qaddafi. This month, proceedings continued against Saadi al-Qaddafi, and lawyers submitted the final defense for Saif al-Islam al-Qaddafi and …
HoR members rejects UNSMIL fourth draft as foreign governments applaud it
The House of Representatives (HoR) has decisively rejected the latest and supposedly final draft from UN for a peace settlement as unacceptable. In Tobruk, 55 members out of 72 attending today’s session are reported to have decided to suspend the HoR’s involvement in the process and to call back their …
New round of Libya dialogue start in Morocco
The fifth round of the Libyan dialogue kicked off in Skhirat resort, west Morocco, Monday night under the supervision of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL).
Egypt, Italy, Algeria urge political solution in Libya
Algeria, Egypt and Italy on Sunday called for a political solution in Libya, on the eve of UN-mediated talks aimed at forming a unity government in the war-torn country.
Libyan Political Draft Agreement, Version 4 – 08 June 2015
This is the last drafted version of the Libyan Political Agreement (4th Draft – 8 June 2015)
European ships rush towards Libya to rescue migrants
Naval ships from Italy, Britain, Ireland, and other European countries have set sail towards waters off Libya in preparation of a new wave of migrants heading for European shores.
Third round of Libyan dialogue ends in positive atmosphere
The Libyan political parties concluded the third round of their dialogue here late Thursday with a genuine desire to rise above their differences and reach a final solution to the crisis in Libya. The twoday meeting was cochaired by the Special Representative of the UN SecretaryGeneral for Libya and Head …
Situation in Libya has reached a tipping point
A mad flurry of peace talks are underway to try and secure a deal to end Libya’s civil war before it reaches its anniversary next month: They will fail.
UN set to sanction two for disrupting peace process
Mpves were under way this evening at the United Nations in New York to impose asset freezes and travel bans on two Libyans who have been deemed to be obstructing the peace process.
EU, Libya hold talks on joint naval force to combat human traffickers
European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said on Wednesday described as “constructive” her talks in Brussels a day earlier with Libyan Foreign Minister Mohamed al-Dayri, Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni and UK Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond.