As food supplies run low in Tripoli, Libya’s Chief of Staff announces he has “no control” over government-funded rebel groups
UN says tonnes of uranium missing from Libyan site: Reports
The United Nations’s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has said approximately 2.3 tonnes of …
A clear roadmap for Libyan elections can be established by mid-June: UNSMIL head Bathily
Speaking at a Tripoli press conference today on his recent creation, the High-Level Panel for Electi…
Migrant children face torture in Libya’s detention centres
In mid-February, during the raid of a suspected trafficker’s warehouse in Tazerbu, southeast L…
Libya: Bathily proposes election support body, as public frustration mounts
“The political process remains protracted and falls short of the aspirations of Libyans, who seek to…
Approximately 610,000 illegal migrants smuggled into Libya, human organs traded
There are approximately 610,000 illegal migrants smuggled into Libya, and a trade in migrant’s organ…
New UN special envoy to Libya appointed
The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) has announced that UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative to Libya, Tarek Mitri, will be replaced at the end of the month.
Libya insecurity forces aid workers to leave
NGOs exit as violence intensifies, leaving Libya straining under weight of supporting migrants and internally displaced people
Militias Battle In Libyan Cities As New Parliament Convenes
Three years after Moammar Gadhafi’s ouster, Libya remains in political turmoil. Libyan Foreign Minister Mohamed Abdelaziz tells NPR’s Arun Rath that the international community must follow through on its intervention.
Chief of Staff admits he has no control of “army” – army on verge of collapse
In what was described by a House of Representatives (HoR) member as a rough session, Libya’s Chief of Staff Abdulati Al-Obeidi faced numerous tough accusations in a grueling session that lasted over three hours yesterday.
PM Thinni calls on army to abide by military code, pride and loyalty
Caretaker Prime Minister Abdullah Thenni called upon army personnel yesterday to adhere to military laws and regulations and have pride in and loyalty to the army for the defence of the nation and its borders.