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.
Third-Party Intervention Filed at European Court of Human Rights On 11 November 2019, Amnesty International and Human Rights...Read More
An Al Jazeera Arabic investigation has uncovered Egyptian, Russian and UAE arms support to Libya‘s renegade military commander...Read More
By Aidan Lewis On the outskirts of Tripoli, days of silence are broken by bursts of heavy artillery fire.
By Annalisa Camilli On 2 November the Memorandum of Understanding between Italy and Libya on Migrants (Memorandum of Understanding, Mou) signed by the Italian government with the Tripoli government on 2 February 2017 will be automatically...
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 Naima Morelli “Why don’t I have the strength to chop off this bond with this country, Libya, which brings me so much suffering?” asks filmmaker Khalifa.
In the first in-depth field investigation across the frontline since fighting broke out on 4 April, the organization visited 33 air and ground strike sites in Tripoli and surrounding areas.
Justice Needed for 3 Children’s Deaths The LNA that is supported by the Interim Government in eastern Libya has consistently denied causing civilian deaths despite mounting evidence of their responsibility.
By Sally Hayden The European Union is funding the Libyan coast guard to keep migrants out of Europe and detain them in a failed state—and that leaves them at the mercy of militias and human traffickers.
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...
The week the Libyan uprising began in 2011 was one like any other for workers at Italian oil company Eni SpA in the North African country.
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...
On September 19, the Brookings Institution held an event on the state of affairs in Libya. Questions from the audience followed the panelists’ conversation.
By Mohamed Shaaban In early 1904, the President of the World Zionist Organization, Theodore Herzl, presented a proposal to the Italian King Victor Emanuel III to divert the Jewish migration from Eastern Europe to Tripoli in Libya, so Jews can...
By Joanie de Rijke Colonel Khaled Hanka has been locating and defusing hidden explosives for over thirty years.
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.