A mystery plane that has been engaged in air-strikes over Libya has struck again this time killing 10 militants
Libya body agrees on election of head of state, gov’t representatives
Liby’a Joint Committee (6+6) yesterday announced that a full consensus has been reached regard…
Libyan parliament replaces its appointed prime minister
Libya’s eastern-based parliament voted on Tuesday to replace Fathi Bashagha as prime minister,…
Libya: Authorities impose ‘severe’ crackdown on rights groups, says HRW
Libyan authorities are imposing “severe restrictions” on local and foreign civil society…
UN mission accuses EU of aiding crimes against humanity in Libya
United Nations investigators say there is evidence that crimes against humanity have been committed …
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 …
Libya Dawn accuses Egypt and the UAE of Tripoli airstrikes
Egypt and the Emirates were responsible for bombings on Islamist positions in Tripoli the Misratan-led Operation Libya Dawn has claimed.
Libya: Two Directors of Libya International Channel Abducted
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) expresses condemnation of the abduction of two journalists, Osama Rashed and Mohamed Al-Saeedi, by unknown gunmen in Libya, dated the 19th of August, 2014. The abduction took place while the two journalists were passing a “Janzour” checkpoint, west of Tripoli.
EU provides assistance to people displaced by Libya conflict
Responding to the deteriorating security situation in Libya which has led to an increase in casualties and displacement, the EU is providing some €215 000 to support the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent (IFRC). More than 600 people have been killed since the attacks in July …
Libya flights cancelled in Tunisia, Egypt over security concerns
In wake of mystery air attacks on Tripoli this week, Tunisia and Egypt’s Cairo airports cancel flights to and from Libya
Tawergha – 'a scar on Libya's revolution'
As Libya spirals into chaos, refugees expelled from their hometown in 2011 see a glimmer of hope