Scores of people have been killed in Libya as violence ramps up.
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 …
Saiqa forced to abandon Benghazi headquarters to Ansar
In a major blow to its power and position, Benghazi’s Saiqa Special Forces Brigade has been forced to abandon its headquarters in Buatni district after another day of intensive missile strikes by Ansar Al Sharia and its allies. Pictures of Ansar’s head Mohamed Al-Zahawi and Wissam Ben Hamid, the leader …
Libya oil tanker fire blazes out of control
‘Environmental disaster’ feared after rocket lights second oil depot on fire in Tripoli amid militia clashes.
Still Torn by Factional Fighting, Post-Revolt Libya Is Coming Undone
For weeks, rival Libyan militias had been pounding one another’s positions with artillery, mortar rounds and rockets in a desperate fight to control the international airport in the capital, Tripoli. Then suddenly, early Saturday morning, the fighting just stopped.
British, U.S. diplomats out of Libya as militia fighting rages By Alan Duke, CNN
Several Western embassies, including those of Britain and the United States, were evacuated over the weekend as heavy militia violence raged in the Libyan capital, Tripoli.
Joint Statement by Special Envoys for Libya
The Special Envoys for Libya of the Arab League, the European Union, France, Germany, Italy, Malta, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States met with the UN in Brussels on 24 July to discuss recent developments in Libya and issued the following Statement: