By Maha Salah Egyptian laborers have been facing kidnapping and murder just to be able to make a living in Libya.
By Joanie de Rijke Colonel Khaled Hanka has been locating and defusing hidden explosives for over thirty years.Read More
By Ahmed Elumami After fleeing an advance by eastern-based forces on Tripoli, 80-year-old Mabrouka al-Twati and her daughter...Read More
Interviewed by Frédéric Bobin According to researcher Tarek Megerisi, the stagnation of the Marshal’s offensive on Tripoli tarnishes his image as a strong man and risks weakening his political base.
By Alessandra Bajec Dozens of Tunisian minors born to ‘Islamic State’ fighters remain in Libyan prisons despite repeated calls by family members to bring them home.
By Elif Binici & Mustafa Kırıkçıoğlu Having different ideologies and remedies for their country’s future and problems, the youth of Libya striving to make a positive push as the North African country’s slowly moves toward...
By Borzou Daragahi Meet the group of activists risking their lives to provide a ‘third voice’ in the conflict.
By Valeria Alice Colombo While the whole of Europe was speaking about the castaways we had on board, we were the only ones hearing their stories.
LP family seeks help after relative’s alleged abduction by Libyan warlord. By Ted Yoakum Libyan women’s rights and democracy advocate Seham Sergiwa has been missing since July 17 after she critisized Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar...
By Sudarsan Raghavan Ten months ago, Salah Badi was the curse of Libya’s capital.
The UAE is accused of supplying fighters trying to seize Tripoli with anti-tank missiles made in the US. How did US-made anti-tank missiles sold to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) end up on the battlefield in Libya?
By Francesca Mannocchi As foreign arms fuel the conflict for control of Libya’s western capital, the mood in Tripoli is one of defiance – and resignation.
By Mustafa Abu Sneineh In an interview with MEE, Aymen Seifennaser says all parties agree the conflict must end, but they disagree on the details of how to do it.
Libyan MP and former FM Aly Abuzaakouk discusses Khalifa Haftar’s assault on Tripoli and the ongoing conflict in Libya.
By Anelise Borges Once again Libya is a country at war. For the third time since the fall of Gaddafi, militias are battling over the ruins of the country.
Haftar’s militias, power cuts and scarce resources By Borzou Daragahi When Abdul-Raouf Beit al-Mal, the mayor of central Tripoli, was abducted last year, and held by militiamen for 24 hours, he presumed that would be the worst moment of his...
By Younes Abouyoub, Dalia Ghanem and Yezid Sayigh The armed forces have been a central political player and the real locus of power in Algeria, Egypt, Libya, and Sudan for the past 60 years.
By Sean Stephens Hannan al-Mubaraak was celebrating the birth of her youngest son when gunfire rang out.
Interviewed by Dr. Adam Lupel On May 22nd, IPI hosted the next event in its “Leading for Peace: Voices from the Field” series, featuring Ghassan Salamé, Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of (UNSML).
How the situations in Algeria and Libya have been linked By Ghida Tayara Younes Abouayoub of the United Nations discusses interaction between the political situation in Algeria and Libya.