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...
By Mary LaRue Connections of Al Shaab Stud, the largest Thoroughbred breeder in Libya, were left reeling Jan. 5 in the wake of a...Read More
Libyan and US officials accuse Moscow of deploying private contractors to key battleground areas for General Haftar.
By Francesca Mannocchi Many of those who seek refuge in Europe find themselves stranded in a Libya at war with itself.
The Bolognese swindler who became a terrorist in Libya By Gian Franco Coppola After 6 years of manhunt, the entrepreneur returned to Italy accused of having set up a scam tour with luxury yachts and cars and fled to Tunisia before ending up...
Document calls for ‘immediate action’ to save lives after EU renews coastguard deal By Daniel Boffey The EU has admitted in a leaked report that it cannot monitor the Libyan coastguard and that the detention of migrants is a “profitable...
Third-Party Intervention Filed at European Court of Human Rights On 11 November 2019, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch submitted a joint third-party intervention to the European Court of Human Rights in a case involving Libya’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 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.