An Italian fishing vessel that came under fire from the Libyan coast guard on Tuesday morning for allegedly fishing inside Libya’s exclusive maritime zone is navigating back towards Italy, Italian news agency Ansa report.
The Al-Assa border security sector of the Border Guard Service has conducted desert security patrols to prevent illegal immigrants coming from Tunisia from entering Libyan territory, the Ministry of Interior announced.
A number of Libyan military leaders discussed, during two-day meetings in the French capital, Paris, the formation of joint units to achieve several security goals, according to a statement issued by the French Foreign Ministry on Tuesday.
A Libyan national has filed a lawsuit in the US against Libyan eastern commander Khalifa Haftar and Yevgeny Prigozhin, the founder of the Russian paramilitary group Wagner, accusing the group of extrajudicially killing several members of his family.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives (HoR), Aguila Saleh, has sent a letter to the HoR committees, during which he annulled three different decisions issued in a session held on June 26, attributing the reason to the objection of a large number of MPs.
Vice Chairman of Libya’s Presidential Council of Libya, Abdullah Al-Lafi, met yesterday with the head of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), John Nicolas, on the occasion of the end of his mandate.
An Arab rights group called Monday for international help for around 360 sub-Saharan migrants who Libyan authorities say were rescued after having been abandoned in the desert by Tunisian police on the border with Libya.
Greek Migration Minister Dimitris Kairidis has called on the European Union to resume Operation Sophia, which aims to halt migrants before leaving Libya, a common departure point for asylum seekers coming to Europe.
Libyan border guards have rescued dozens of migrants who have been left in the desert by Tunisian authorities without water and food, and their numbers are “rising”, an officer said Sunday.
Production at Libya’s Sharara and al-Fil oilfields has resumed after being shut down as part of a protest against the arrest of a former finance minister, according to officials.