There are reasonable grounds to believe that war crimes have been committed in Libya, while violence perpetrated in prisons and against migrants there may amount to crimes against humanity, the Independent Fact-Finding Mission on Libya says in a report published today.
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Libya has been in continuous and devastating conflict with fluctuating intensity since the fall of the former regime after the popular uprisings in 2011. The present report assesses the situation in Libya, which quickly descended into a destructive conflict during its political transition.
Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah yesterday met with Niger’s President Mohamed Bazoum and discussed the irregular migration crisis and ways to resolve it, Anadolu reported.
Foreign Minister Najla Al-Manqoush has reiterated the need to accelerate the practical implementation of the Quartet Agreement concerned with protecting and securing common borders with neighboring countries to meet the security challenges in the region.
French ambassador Beatrice du Hellen launched with Libyan local authorities the Moutaalleq Training Programme for the professional integration of 100 former militias in Zintan.
Muhammed Menfi, Head of the Presidential Council (PC), received Wednesday Commander of the 166 Battalion Muhammad Al-Hussan.