International Organization for Migration (IOM) said Monday 1,042 migrants were intercepted and returned to Libya in the period of 11 – 17 December 2022.
A Libyan court on Monday sentenced 17 people to death after finding them guilty of joining the Islamic State group and carrying out atrocities in its name, the prosecution said.
The General Authority for Research and Identification of Missing Persons has announced the exhumation of two unidentified bodies from a mass grave in Souk Al-Khamis Imsihel.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi instructed his government to demarcate the country’s western maritime borders last week, unilaterally naming coordinates for the disputed borders.
The U.N. General Assembly on Friday rejected attempts by Myanmar’s military junta, Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers, and Libya’s rival eastern-based government to take their country’s seats at the United Nations.
Two people died and two others were injured in clashes in Sabratha, west of Tripoli, on Friday, according to the ambulance and emergency apparatus.
In a letter to the UN on Tuesday, Libya and Turkey decried Greek criticisms of their agreements on the delimitation of hydrocarbon and maritime jurisdiction areas, and urged Greece to end its baseless accusations, hostile rhetoric, and escalatory actions and instead respect the sovereign decisions of the two countries.
One of Libya’s rival prime ministers called on Tuesday for the release of the former Libyan intelligence officer accused of making the bomb that downed Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, in 1988, killing all onboard, after he surfaced in US custody earlier this week.
Maltese police has intercepted a group of British mercenaries last Saturday in the country, who were preparing to travel to Libya.
The Libyan Attorney General, Al-Siddiq Al-Sour, said on Wednesday that the Public Prosecution Office launched an investigation into the “extradition” of Abu Agila Masud Al-Maryami, without legal procedures.