ISIS has acknowledged the weakness of its terrorist activity Libya in 2022 after it had published the results of its criminal operations in the world, nearly half of which took place in Africa.
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…
LPC President: Power-sharing, ignoring reconciliation made Libyan situation more complicated
President of the Libyan Presidential Council (LPC), Mohamed al-Menfi, said Sunday that ignoring reconciliation and power-sharing has only made the situation in the Libya more complicated.
IOM: Over 1,000 migrants intercepted and returned to Libya between 25-31 December
International Organization for Migration (IOM) said Tuesday that 1,088 migrants were intercepted and returned to Libya in the period of 25 – 31 December 2022.
UNICEF: Water shortage threatens 4 million people in Libya
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has expressed concern about the deteriorating water, sanitation, and hygiene situation in Libya, saying that more than four million people, including 1.5 million children, will face imminent water problems if the issue remains unaddressed.
Border demarcation between countries is not matter of unilateral action, Al-Lafi says
The member of the Presidential Council, Abdullah Al-Lafi, has confirmed that border demarcation between countries is not a matter of unilateral action, but rather is regulated by stable rules in international law, and is governed by recognized mechanisms that preserve the rights of all countries.
Armed clashes broke out in the city of Al-Ajailat
Sudden armed clashes erupted on Tuesday, in the Al-Matmar area in the city of Al-Ajailat, 80 km west of the capital, Tripoli, which led to the suspension of studies in the area.