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.
The showdown between Libya’s two rival prime ministers — Fathi Bashagha, appointed by the eastern-based parliament, and Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, the head of the Tripoli-based government who refuses to cede power — is pushing Turkey to play more openly and assertively in the conflict.
A US Federal Court has agreed to the plaintiffs’ request to resume the trial of Khalifa Haftar, which was interrupted due to the elections that were to take place on 24 December last year, Emadeddin Muntasser, the President of the Democracy and Human Rights Foundation, has confirmed.
In his vote of confidence speech delivered on March 1 before parliament in Tobruk, Libya’s incoming Prime Minister Fathi Bashagha avoided any mention of the Russian invasion of Ukraine despite it being the dominant event of international politics. As the new prime minister, it would have made sense to comment …
The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) is “closely following with concern” reports about the mobilization of forces and movement of large convoys of armed groups that have increased tensions in and around Tripoli.
Russia has withdrawn hundreds of allied Syrian fighters from Libya, as reports emerge of the Kremlin pulling out of some of its operations in the Middle East amid its ongoing invasion of Ukraine.