Libya’s prime minister has demanded that all armed militias leave Tripoli “without exception,” after clashes between militiamen and armed residents left dozens dead and almost 400 wounded.
Son of former ruler among 25 of the 98 registered presidential candidates disqualified from running …
Eastern military commander Khalifa Haftar will run in Libya’s presidential elections due next month,…
The Head of the Libyan High Council of State, Khalid Al-Mishri, called for abstaining from participa…
As my cousin in Libya recently put it, “Under Gaddafi, we had one tyrant … Now, we have many.”
Libya’s top jihadist group, Ansar Al-Sharia, says stability and security are dependent on the application of sharia ‘Islamic law’
The Libyan prime minister vowed on Monday to supply more aid to security forces struggling to pacify the eastern city of Benghazi.
While the registration process for elections and an apparent political commitment to ‘dialogue’ represent tentative progress, there are still substantial obstacles to be overcome before the committee is formed, let alone the constitution drafted.
Press TV has conducted an interview with Abayomi Azikiwe, Editor of Pan Africa News Wire from Detroit, about increased violence and clashes in Libya as security forces are deployed to Benghazi to engage in gun battles with rivals.