A photograph of Mourad Allafi hangs in the family farmhouse in western Libya three years after he was found in a mass grave. His father wants his killers dead.
A cadaver recovery team has retrieved 12 unidentified bodies from a site near the Al-Jufra Air Base, in Waddan, south of the country, the General Authority for Search and Identification of Missing Persons has confirmed.
Three major international oil companies have announced a resumption of their operations in Libya after a 10-year absence, the Libyan National Oil Company said on Thursday.
The restoration of full diplomatic relations between Turkey and Egypt raises hope that cooperation can replace rivalry between these two regional powers.
Security authorities in eastern Libya freed at least 385 Pakistani migrants who were held in trafficking warehouses in an overnight raid, a migrant rights group said Monday.
At least one person was killed and others injured during an armed clash in Gharyan on Sunday.
The head of the Presidential Council, Muhammad Menfi, expressed Libya’s desire to see Moscow, African leaders, and all stakeholders work towards ending the presence of mercenaries and foreign forces on its territory, without restriction or condition, and as soon as possible.
On 21 July, the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime (GI-TOC) published a report entitled ‘Illicit economies and peace and security in Libya’, which looks into the political economy of organized crime in Libya and its impact over the last three years.
Ever since Wagner founder Yevgeny Prigozhin staged a mutiny in Russia last month, questions have been raised over the future of his group in Africa, the cradle of its wealth and notoriety.
The head of Libya’s Supreme Judicial Council, Counselor Miftah al-Gwey, has requested the Attorney General open an investigation into the storming of the Council’s headquarters in Tripoli earlier today.