The Criminal Investigation Agency has announced the death of one of its members and the injury of three others during an extensive security operation in Tobruk, which resulted in the seizure of 380 kilograms of hashish, more than a million tablets of Tramadol, and cigarettes that were smuggled into the …
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 …
LCW demands fate of poet Tariq Gaddafi be revealed
The Libyan Crimes Watch (LCW) has renewed its demand to reveal the fate of the poet Tariq Gaddafi, 36 years old, who was kidnapped in the city of Sirte by gunmen affiliated with Haftar’s militia, on December 18.
Ministry of Interior: Two security personnel wounded in an armed attack
Ministry of Interior of the Government of National Unity has announced that two members of the Law Enforcement Department of the General Directorate of Security Operations were wounded in an armed attack.
Can Frontex’s new chief reform the controversial agency?
Hans Leijtens, who has been appointed the new Frontex chief, is no doubt preparing himself for an in-tray replete with scandal.
Libya’s political impasse and the $6 billion question
There is little end in sight for Libya’s lengthy transition period, which began in 2011 with the uprising against forty-one years of Muammar Gaddafi rule.
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 organs does exist, speakers at a debate in Tripoli on illegal migration said Wednesday. The debate was organised by the Al-Inma Organization for Supporting Youth and Women.