By Aidan Lewis On the outskirts of Tripoli, days of silence are broken by bursts of heavy artillery fire.
An Al Jazeera Arabic investigation has uncovered Egyptian, Russian and UAE arms support to Libya‘s renegade military commander...Read More
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...Read More
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...
By Aidan Lewis Three children, all sisters, were killed, and their mother and a fourth sister wounded in an air strike that hit a house near a military intelligence camp in Libya’s capital on Monday, a Reuters reporter and health officials...
Raid on Tripoli equestrian club far from military infrastructure took place as lessons were in progress on Sunday afternoon
By Sami Zaptia The Tripoli-based Audit Bureau of Libya revealed yesterday that its committee, formed to investigate the causes of Libya’s acute power cuts that have been plaguing the country since the 2011 revolution, will present its final...
On Saturday the UAE announced six of its soldiers had been killed in Yemen in a vehicle collision, however, the Libyan government says they were killed in Libya.
The attacks since the 2011 ouster of longtime leader Muammar Qaddafi have prompted several private television networks established by businessmen and politicians.
By Patrick Wintour Violations of embargo have been both routine and often blatant, says UN special envoy.
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.