Al-Watiya, which Haftar’s LNA used to stage, coordinate and supply operations in western Libya, is a huge loss for the eastern commander.
Swiss company Kolmar taken to court for possible war crime of pillage through buying smuggled Libyan oil
By Sami Zaptia TRIAL International filed a criminal complaint (“dénonciation pénale”) for complicity in pillage of smuggled...Read More
Seven United Nations agencies called for a cease-fire in war-torn Libya that would allow local authorities and humanitarian organizations to focus on the coronavirus outbreak.
As in most of the Arab world, the Libyan government shut schools to combat the coronavirus COVID-19, and teachers, parents, and students are scrambling not to lose the rest of the school year.
By Ismail Zitouny A withering bombardment shook Tripoli on Sunday as the eastern-based forces of Khalifa Haftar fought overnight for new territory in the southern suburbs after losing ground recently around the city.
The Syrian dictator and the Libyan warlord have been accused of tacitly working together to amass fortunes from illegal drug trafficking, exploiting civil war conditions of both Libya and Syria.
By Humeyra Pamuk The United States does not support the offensive of Libya’s eastern-based military leader Khalifa Haftar against Tripoli and believes Russia is working with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to transfer militia fighters and...
The UN Support Mission in Libya () releases its first quarter civilian casualty report for 2020. The data shows an increase in civilian casualties from the armed conflict in Libya.
Libyan eastern-based commander declared a key political deal was over, vowing to press his assault to seize Tripoli.
Although police released details of the case on Saturday, a spokesperson refused to publish the names of the accused.
The French newspaper Le Monde has stated that since the beginning of the year the balance of military power in Libya has changed in favour of the Government of National Accord (GNA), after Turkey put a new generation of drones in service.
Khalifa Haftar’s onslaught on the Libya’s capital was openly supported by the UAE, but evidence has emerged that his forces received weapons and training from Israel. .
The Libyan authorities and militias in control of southern cities and towns and international donors must ensure that those most marginalized are factored into their emergency public health response to the spread of COVID-19, Amnesty...
By Nikkon Balial Suffering from war, a weak economy and a nearly non-existent healthcare system, how can Libya fight a pandemic?
Ensure Medical Care, Reduce Detainee Population As Libyan authorities confirmed three COVID-19 cases in the country as of March 28, 2020, they need to be prepared to limit the spread of the virus in overcrowded detention facilities and shelters...
By Samer Al-Atrush “Putin’s chef” has been linked to a secret attempt to bring the deposed dictator’s son to power.
By Nazia Parveen & Amy Walker Hashem Abedi was accused of helping to plan terror attack in which 22 died at Ariana Grande concert.
ACRPS Launches the Three Day Conference: Militias and Armies: Developments in Combat and Political Performance of Armed Non-State and State Actors. .
By Daniel Howden, Apostolis Fotiadis and Zach Campbell Evidence obtained by the Guardian exposes a coordinated and unlawful EU assault on the rights of desperate people trying to cross the Mediterranean.