Libya Tribune

Reports

Libyan Lost Treasure

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.

Who is Khalifa Haftar, Libya’s...

Khalifa Haftar, a former leader in Gaddafi’s military who took control of much of eastern Libya with the support of Russia, Egypt and the UAE in the country’s ongoing civil war, has launched a fresh offensive on Tripoli...

Debts pile up as rival Libyan governments...

Libya’s parallel government in the east has sold bonds worth more than $23 billion to fund its wage bill, bypassing the central bank in Tripoli and creating a potential financial black hole if the country reunifies, bankers and diplomats said.

Libya: Civilians Caught in Tightening Siege

Allow Aid Access, Disclose Names of People Detained Forces allied with one of Libya’s two competing governments who appear to have defeated local fighters in the Old City quarter of Derna, in eastern Libya, should immediately allow aid and...

WB Partnership with Libya Focused on...

By William Stebbins & Ebrahim Al-Harazi The World Bank Group announced today a new strategy of support for Libya focused on restoring key services to citizens and promoting economic recovery as a critical contribution to the ongoing peace...

Libyan commander courted by European...

By Bel Trew Forces loyal to a powerful Libyan military commander once courted by the west are likely to have committed war crimes in the eastern city of Derna, London rights lawyers have revealed, urging the International Criminal Court to...

Ghosts of the Past (2): The Libyan Muslim...

By Inga Kristina Trauthig By tracing and explaining the history of the LMB ’s organisational developments, this report examined one way in which the LMB tried to establish itself as a legitimate political actor with regard to Islam in the...

Libya: Displaced Population Can’t Go Home...

Despite Pact, Deliberate Damage, Security Concerns Prevent Return to Tawergha. Most of the 48,000 former residents of the Libyan town of Tawergha, forcibly displaced for seven years, have not been able to return home, Human Rights Watch said...