Chief of Media Operations Team at the US Africa Command – AFRICOM, Kelly Cahalan, has denied their connection to the reported air strikes that targeted some sites in eastern Libya in the past few days.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) said on Monday that 601 migrants, including women and children, were rescued and returned to Libya during the past week.
New York Times has reported that new military and CIA drone operators generally must obtain advance permission from President Biden, who adjusted the rules for such strikes in last October, to target a suspected militant outside a conventional war zone – including Libya.
The Head of the High Council of State (HCS) Khalid Al-Mishri, confirmed the HCS adherence to the Constitutional Circuit Court of the Supreme Court that said that Law No.5 of 2023 regarding the establishment of the Constitutional Court was unconstitutional.
Tension between the rival governments in Libya is on the rise amid new disputes over oil revenues and a drone strike on Wagner facilities Friday, Energy Voice reports.
Drone strikes early on Friday hit an airbase in Libya’s east used by mercenaries of the Russian paramilitary group Wagner, without causing any casualties, a military official told AFP.
Libya’s feuding parties have reached an agreement on legal steps to hold long-delayed elections in the troubled North African nation, yet contentious issues blocking the democratic process remain unresolved, according to observers and a copy of the agreement seen by Al Jazeera.
US Special Envoy to Libya, Richard Norland, said he spoke in meeting Wednesday with the Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah about the importance of finalizing a legal basis and supporting the United Nations (UN) envoy Abdoulaye Bathily’s efforts to move swiftly to elections in keeping with the aspirations of …
Libyan authorities have deported 165 illegal migrants to Nigeria, including 90 women and 9 children, the spokesman for the Anti-Illegal Migration Agency in Libya, Haitham Belkacem said.
Member of the Presidential Council, Musa Al-Koni, has reviewed his vision for the return of the provincial system to break up the centralization that exhausted the state, as he put it.