Tripoli— Five Egyptian diplomats have been freed Sunday night, according to an official from the Libyan Interior Ministry. The diplomats were kidnapped on Friday in Tripoli along with an Egyptian worker.
The United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in Libya, Mr. Georg Charpentier, has expressed his concern about the effects of the clashes in the South which have led to the displacement of hundreds of families mainly within the Sabha area. Displaced families have been hosted by local communities which has added additional …
TRIPOLI, January 25, 2014 (AFP) – Two weeks of clashes in western and southern Libya have killed at least 154 people and wounded 463, the health ministry said on Saturday.
Tripoli— A South Korean trade official who was abducted in Tripoli has been freed on Wednesday evening and he is safe and in good health. Mr. Han Seok-woo was kidnapped on Sunday in downtown Tripoli on his way home after work.
The Libyan army’s Chief of Staff said Saturday that he ordered the air force to free Tamenhent air base in the south after it was run over by a militia.
Tripoli, 18 January 2014 – The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) expresses deep concern about the continuing violence in the city of Sabha which has resulted in the loss of life and property. The Mission calls for the immediate end to the armed clashes and supports efforts to …
TRIPOLI, January 18, 2014 (AFP) – Libya’s General National Congress declared a state of emergency in the country on Saturday, an official said, after fresh clashes erupted in the south when gunmen group seized a military base.
Abdullah Theni, Libya’s Defense Minister.
Unidentified gunmen have shot dead Libyan Deputy Industry Minister Hassan al-Droui in his hometown of Sirte, east of Tripoli, a security official says.
Political In an interview with Reuters, Interior Minister Ashour Shuwail stated that close to 6,000 rebels, roughly 10% percent of those in the High Security Committees (HSC), have signed up to join the police. He said 37 police training committees under the Ministry of Interior had been set up to handle …