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.
By Malachy Browne & Christiaan Triebert It seemed too outrageous that such a place would be bombed, but if it were true it...Read More
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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.
Special Case (Libya) Libya is a Special Case for the fourth consecutive year. The Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) struggled to govern large swaths of Libyan territory, as it did not exercise control in several parts of the country.
By Declan Walsh Egypt’s first democratically elected president, Mohamed Morsi, was buried at dawn on Tuesday in a furtive and closely guarded ceremony attended by his wife and two sons.
The European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) shared a podcast of its conference held in Paris on 5 June to discuss the current crisis in Libya.
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.
By Sudarsan Raghavan The last time Riad al-Hami saw his mother alive, she was chatting with a neighbor in the narrow street outside their houses, as they did every evening.
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.
Al Jazeera Arabic investigation tracks suspicious cargo flights into military bases controlled by Khalifa Haftar.
By Sami Zaptia In his latest remarks on Libya to the UN Security Council today, UNSMIL head Ghassan Salame said that Libya could descend into a Hobbesian all-against-all state of chaos or permanent partition.
By Arnaud Delalande From its powerbase in eastern Libya, Khalifa Haftar’s Libyan National Army (LNA) has gradually extended the territory under its control and the firepower at its disposal, to the point where it now challenges the authority...
By Hannes Munzinger & Frederik Obermaier Where is Gaddafi’s money? Rebels pulled the Libyan dictator from a sewage pipe near his hometown of Sirte on October 20, 2011.
Confidential document notes that suspected BA-7 missile is only in use in the UAE, China and Kazakhstan.
By Alessandra Bajec With crumbling healthcare infrastructure in Libya, many people travel abroad for treatment.
By Heather Murdock In a suburb of Tripoli on Monday, two gunshots ring out kilometers from where the fighting was the day before.