Moderator (M): Today’s briefing will be on background, attribution to a senior department official or State Department official. And he is going to start with remarks and then will take a few of your questions.
By Nazia Parveen & Amy Walker Hashem Abedi was accused of helping to plan terror attack in which 22 died at Ariana Grande...Read More
The only civilian airport in the Libyan capital of Tripoli came under direct attack by eastern-based opposition forces...Read More
Flights also suspended after Mitiga airport, the only functioning airport in Tripoli, was attacked.
By Samer Al-Atrush Libya’s security chief called on the U.S. to set up a base in the North African country to counterbalance Russia’s expanding influence in Africa.
By Frances D’Emilio A lawyer for the captain of a cargo ship jailed in Italy for allegedly transporting embargoed armaments to Libya contended on Thursday that there are no legal grounds for a case against his client in Italy.
By Kaamil Ahmed Rights groups and UN warn of rapidly accelerating danger as banned cluster weapons are deployed.
By Nikos Chrysoloras & Boris Groendahl The European Union agreed to deploy warships to enforce an arms embargo on Libya in a move that underscores the increasing importance the bloc places on geopolitics as it seeks to defuse the conflict...
By Mary LaRue Connections of Al Shaab Stud, the largest Thoroughbred breeder in Libya, were left reeling Jan. 5 in the wake of a ruthless attack by armed militia the day before.
By Maria Tsvetkova A St. Petersburg clinic that is run and partly owned by people with ties to President Vladimir Putin has provided medical treatment to Russian mercenaries injured abroad.
By Yamena Salemi After the ouster and death of Gaddafi in 2011, two seats of power emerged in Libya.
By Phil Stewart & Aidan Lewis The U.S. military believes that an unarmed American drone reported lost near Libya’s capital last month was in fact shot down by Russian air defenses and it is demanding the return of the aircraft’s...
An Al Jazeera Arabic investigation has uncovered Egyptian, Russian and UAE arms support to Libya‘s renegade military commander Khalifa Haftar.
A missile strike on a migrant detention centre in Libya that left 53 people dead in July was carried out by a fighter plane from a foreign country, according to a confidential UN investigation.
By Aidan Lewis On the outskirts of Tripoli, days of silence are broken by bursts of heavy artillery fire.
By Rinat Sagdiev & Aidan Lewis A parallel central bank in eastern Libya stepped up deliveries of new banknotes from Russia this year, before and after eastern-based commander Khalifa Haftar launched a military offensive to capture Tripoli...
By Lahav Harkov Since he is based in the UK, Raphael Luzon said he plans to participate in the council’s meetings via Skype.
By Alan Pattullo While undoubtedly tough, that is the reality of semi-professional and amateur sport.
By Rob Crilly The public relations firm that helped launch President Trump’s election campaign is lining up a fact-finding tour of Libya as part of a $1.5-million contract to lobby on behalf of the government of Tripoli.
By Noha El-Hennawy Gunmen killed two women and three children of the same family while they were driving on a highway near the capital, Tripoli, less than a week after an airstrike slammed into a house killing at least three civilians, a health...