By Patrick Wintour Violations of embargo have been both routine and often blatant, says UN special envoy.
On Saturday the UAE announced six of its soldiers had been killed in Yemen in a vehicle collision, however, the Libyan government...Read More
By Michael Weiss & Pierre Vaux In emails revealing Moscow’s efforts to groom incompetent aspiring leaders of the oil-rich war-torn country, the cynicism would be almost laughable, but the carnage is continuous.
By Ulf Laessing Libya’s state oil firm has restricted kerosene supplies to areas controlled by eastern commander Khalifa Haftar in what diplomats and oil officials said was an attempt to prevent his troops using them in their five-month-old...
Time for African states to end this practice On the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearance, five leading human rights organisations are calling on African states to end the use of enforced disappearances and ensure justice...
By Caline Malek Poverty is on the rise in the Arab region, with nearly 40 percent of the population living on less than $2.75 a day.
For three young Libyans plucked from a deflating dingy in the Mediterranean, the perils of trying to cross the sea were still preferable to what they had left behind in their war-torn home.
Libyans who fled fighting outside Tripoli dream of returning to their homes as they prepare for the Eid Al-Adha festival with heavy hearts, worried they will end up living on the streets.
Hifter continues to bombard civilians after targeting the migrants center in Tajura. His forces recently targeted a plane carrying a regiment of Libyan pilgrims, and also carried out a raid on Murzuq, which killed dozens including women and...
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...
The United Arab Emirates regime is currently financing a campaign for Khalifeh Haftar allied militias in Libya, to prevent defections in his forces in the wake of the failure of its campaign to attack the capital Tripoli.
France says armaments were meant for ‘self-protection’ of counter-terrorism unit in Libya but were ‘unusable’.
By Ulf Laessing Inflation started reducing the value of Libyan assistant professor Seham Saleh’s state-paid earnings. So, she started selling drawings over the internet to help pay bills.
Government of National Accord has wrested Gharyan from Khalifa Haftar’s forces, capturing troops.
Lawsuit claims Haftar is responsible for ‘wrongful death’ of two Libyan men killed in offensive near Tripoli.
100km from Tripoli, Gharyan was primary base for Harfar’s offensive against government in Tripoli.
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.
By Ulf Laessing Standing in his one-room store between tables stacked with brightly colored t-shirts and jeans, Fathi Mars gestures in despair.
High-voltage cables run along the road for 30 kilometers (20 miles), carrying electricity to the capital, but they are regularly damaged by the fighting.