In a joint letter addressed to the Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, 57 political parties demanded a decisive stance to hold free, fair and transparent elections in Libya, stressing that the UN mission has turned from a neutral tool to support the Libyan people, to one that …
According to a report by AON, a British-American professional services and consulting firm that provides data, analytics, and strategic consulting services, the losses incurred by Libya due to the floods that accompanied the storm “Daniel” in the east are around 4.3 billion dollars. The report also states that the confirmed …
Warlord Khalifa Haftar has granted exceptional promotion to 138 officers, including his son Khaled Khalifa Haftar, who was promoted from Brigadier to Major General.
Libya Crimes Watch (LCW) on Monday condemned the recent arrest campaign that was executed by security and military factions in Benghazi, between 6 and 14 of October.
Seven more bodies of the victims of the devastating floods that hit Derna have been recovered, said the Libyan Emergency Medicine and Support Center, which affiliated with the authorities of eastern Libya, on Sunday.
The member of the Misrata Municipal Council and the security file official, Hassan Al-Sadiq, said after his meeting with military leaders at the headquarters of the Misrata Air College that they had rejected the departure of foreign forces.
The son of former defence minister Mahdi Albarghathi has been reported dead following his arrest in Benghazi, a family member has confirmed.
The period set by the commander of the Al-Samoud Brigade in Misrata, Salah Badi, for foreign forces to evacuate the headquarters of the Air College in Misrata (airbase) ends on Sunday, as Badi called in his speech during a gathering of Misrata revolutionaries on the people of Misrata to expel …
The ex-Head of the High Council of State, Khalid Al-Mishri, has called for an immediate halt to the export of oil and gas from Libya until the war on Gaza stops.
The Libyan outgoing prime minister Abdel Hamid Dbeibeh announced Thursday that Libya is to establish a new maritime zone subject to the authority of the Libyan state, extending the maritime borders from 12 to 24 nautical miles.