United Nations special envoy to Libya says Libyans have to choose between reaching a political agreement to end its current crisis, or witness the North African country’s destruction.
Leaders of Libya’s political parties joined other major Libyan political figures met in Algiers today for the latest in the UN’s multi-layered dialogue efforts to find a solution to the crisis in the country.
At least seven United Nations Security Council members, including Britain, France and the United States, delayed approval on Monday of a request by Libya to import weapons, tanks, jets and helicopters to take on Islamic State militants, diplomats said.
The Arab League has called for a pan-Arab army to fight the spread of militant groups. Invited Swedish diplomats, meanwhile, were not allowed to address the League. A single, unified military force drawing troops from each Arab nation is needed to battle the spread of the Islamic State group, Nabil …
The Tunisian authorities have uncovered two arms caches in the Ben Guerdane area near the border with Libya in less than a week, according to the Tunisian Ministry of Interior.
Austrian and Czech diplomats are heading to Libya to try and make contact with IS after it was accused of kidnapping some nine oil workers in the Ghani oil field on Friday.
Libyan stakeholders must seize the momentum generated by the on-going political dialogue and bring an end to the country’s instability and insecurity, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) said today amid continuing fighting in the North African nation.
Analysis: After Libya’s other neighbours effectively vetoed military intervention in Libya, Egypt wants to ensure its interests are protected in any attempt to resolve the Libyan crisis.
The European Union is ready to provide assistance to Libya, but only if the country’s factions form a national unity government, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said Monday.
Dialogue delegates head home from Morocco to report on progress amid renewed HoR threats to pull out
Delegates from both the House of Representatives (HoR) and the General National Congress (GNC) at the UN-brokered talks in Morocco met together for the first time today before breaking off to return to Libya and consult their colleagues on the framework for a government of national unity.