The attacks since the 2011 ouster of longtime leader Muammar Qaddafi have prompted several private television networks established by businessmen and politicians.
By Joanie de Rijke Colonel Khaled Hanka has been locating and defusing hidden explosives for over thirty years.Read More
On Saturday the UAE announced six of its soldiers had been killed in Yemen in a vehicle collision, however, the Libyan government...Read More
By Patrick Wintour Violations of embargo have been both routine and often blatant, says UN special envoy.
By Hanan Salah The scars ran deep. His back was a maze of thick welts, thinner scars and parts that resembled small craters.
By Michael Weiss & Pierre Vaux In emails revealing Moscow’s efforts to groom incompetent aspiring leaders of the oil-rich war-torn country, the cynicism would be almost laughable, but the carnage is continuous.
By Ahmed Elumami After fleeing an advance by eastern-based forces on Tripoli, 80-year-old Mabrouka al-Twati and her daughter spent days sleeping rough in the Libyan capital.
Summary: Haftar’s LNA remains stuck around Tripoli. More bloodshed, but not comparable with true civil war. International community ineffective.
Time for African states to end this practice On the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearance, five leading human rights organisations are calling on African states to end the use of enforced disappearances and ensure justice...
By Maha Salah Egyptian laborers have been facing kidnapping and murder just to be able to make a living in Libya.
By Caline Malek Poverty is on the rise in the Arab region, with nearly 40 percent of the population living on less than $2.75 a day.
For three young Libyans plucked from a deflating dingy in the Mediterranean, the perils of trying to cross the sea were still preferable to what they had left behind in their war-torn home.
By Gareth Smyth When Khaled Mattawa moved from Libya to the US 40 years ago, he left behind not only his homeland but his home sea.
Libyans who fled fighting outside Tripoli dream of returning to their homes as they prepare for the Eid Al-Adha festival with heavy hearts, worried they will end up living on the streets.
By: Hasnaa El Jamali Following the fall of Qaddafi, instability continues to persist in Libya.
The United Arab Emirates regime is currently financing a campaign for Khalifeh Haftar allied militias in Libya, to prevent defections in his forces in the wake of the failure of its campaign to attack the capital Tripoli.
By Malachy Browne & Christiaan Triebert It seemed too outrageous that such a place would be bombed, but if it were true it might be a war crime. It was the middle of the night in Libya. How could we verify the claim?
France says armaments were meant for ‘self-protection’ of counter-terrorism unit in Libya but were ‘unusable’.
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.
Government of National Accord has wrested Gharyan from Khalifa Haftar’s forces, capturing troops.