Libya Tribune

Interviews

The detention centers in Libya – the map...

By Sara Creta When NGO workers arrived at the Janzoor detention centre in Libya in October 2018 to collect 11 unaccompanied minors due to be returned to their country of origin, they were shocked to find that the young people had completely...

‘I don’t believe my sister is alive’

Fears mount for kidnapped Libyan MP Seham Sergiwa By Faisal Edroos Prominent female politician was abducted hours after she criticised eastern Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar’s offensive on Tripoli.

Do a Good Turn Daily

By Simon Speakman Cordall They even defied Gadhafi to establish one of the most long-standing institutions of Libyan civil society. Now, with the civil battle for the capital ravaging the country, the Scouts movement’s help is needed once...

Libya’s lost generation: How the...

By Rebecca Murray They witnessed the overthrow of Gaddafi, and have grown up in a society riven by war, no wonder then that the psychological toll on Libya’s youth has been critical.

Trapped at the crossroads

By Maha Salah Egyptian laborers have been facing kidnapping and murder just to be able to make a living in Libya.

Threatened with decline, Khalifa Haftar will...

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.

Yearning for revolutionary ideals, Libyan...

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...

Brother: She never feared him

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...

Who’s fueling the fighting in Libya?

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?