By Irina Slav Libya plans to pump 2.1 million bpd of crude oil by 2021 if the security situation improves, the chairman of the National Oil Corporation, Mustafa Sanalla, said as quoted by Reuters this weekend.
Libya’s Public Prosecutor issues arrest warrants of Belhaj and Jadran Libyan authorities issued arrest warrants for 37 suspects over attacks on key oil ports in the east of the country and a military base in the south, a source in the...
Stretching as far as the eye can see, groves of gnarled olive trees in northwest Libya have proudly withstood the country’s devastating conflicts.
Armed violence against civilians and rivals is rapidly rising in the eastern region.
Lockerbie bombing prosecutors ‘could interview’ mastermind and bomb-maker behind Pan Am terror disaster who is being held in Libyan prison.
An independent assessor is to be appointed to advance a compensation campaign by victims of Libyan-sponsored IRA violence.
By Jacob Wirtschafter Civil war, weak to nonexistent government authority, an Islamic State insurgency and waves of African refugees bound for Europe have made this country one of the most unstable in the world.
The Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) said on Sunday that it has received the interest payments on the Libyan funds frozen in Belgian banks until the end of October 2017, but said it did not know who benefitted from this money, hinting that...
By Sami Zaptia Six young Libyan startups, two of them run by women, today won grants totalling LD 400,000 to support their projects.
Transformations from Armed to unarmed Political Activism The upcoming symposium “From Bullets to Ballots: Transformations from Armed to unarmed Political Activism” held by the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies will take place on...
The Benghazi Trauma and its Aftermath By Ethan Chorin Reveals how an attack on a US mission affected Washington so profoundly that it lost its bearings in the Arab world.
Libya’s rival parliaments agreed on Wednesday to work together to reform state institutions in an attempt to unify government authority in the oil producer, officials from both sides said.
Neglected by rival authorities in Tripoli and the country’s east, Libya’s southern desert has increasingly become a hideout for foreign rebel groups that stand accused of stoking growing insecurity.
By Lucy Bannerman A convicted Libyan gun smuggler who once boasted of his influence over the Duke of York was a guest at the royal wedding.
By Michael Burleigh So bloody and extensive is President Putin’s record of aggression, not least in Syria and Ukraine, that an incursion into the empty deserts of North Africa might hardly seem worth noting.
By Tom Newton Dunn Intelligence chiefs have told Theresa May that Vladimir Putin wants to make the war-torn North African nation “his new Syria”.
Fighting in the Libyan capital Tripoli has ended, the city’s Security Directorate announced yesterday, after nearly a month of fierce clashes that left over 115 people dead and 560 others wounded.
Deadly clashes in Tripoli have stepped up pressure on Libya’s unity government to end its reliance on militias and to implement economic reforms.