The army, backed by forces of Khalifa Haftar and other fighters, waged an offensive against Islamist groups in Benghazi
The U.N. had called for a truce on both fronts earlier this month, but fighting continued
The latest clashes are feared to lead to worsen Benghazi’s death toll – already standing at 110 since renegade general Khalifa Haftar
Somalia and Syria combined. That’s what Libya could easily be heading towards
France, Italy, Germany, Britain and the United States said they ‘agree that there is no military solution to the Libyan crisis’
In the district of Hadayk, a wedding party gathered just a few hundred yards from heavy battles
Four people are killed in Benghazi after a suicide bomber blows up his car at a checkpoint
Libya’s Red Crescent called for a ceasefire in the eastern city of Benghazi to allow the evacuation of families trapped
Islamist militants holed up in Benghazi University as army advances
Khatallah was indicted June 26 on the charge of conspiracy to provide material support and resources to terrorists
The British Foreign Ministry said Bolam was 'safe and well'
Special army forces allied to brigades of former general Khalifa Haftar have been fighting Islamist brigades in Benghazi
A Reuters reporter near the port, which is not an oil installation, saw a warplane open fire several times
The new cabinet has only 13 ministers and no oil minister, lawmakers said
Up to 12 people have been killed in the fighting, which broke out on Wednesday and is symptomatic of the anarchy in Libya
Character Elizabeth McCord is appointed as U.S. secretary of state after her predecessor is killed in a plane crash
Some Republicans argue the military held back assets that could have saved lives and that Obama and Clinton lied to the public about the nature of the attack
Libyan Haftar forces seek Benghazi port closure to deny arms to Islamists
The two assemblies are further fragmenting the oil rich country
Libya expelled Sudan’s military attaché after claiming Khartoum has sent a plane loaded with arms under control of ‘terrorists’
The U.N. report estimated that some 150,000 people, including migrant workers, have fled the country
Helicopters belonging to a Libyan renegade general bombed ammunition sites of suspected Islamist militants in Benghazi
The dozen of jets went missing after the Dawn of Libya group overran Tripoli’s international airport on Aug. 23rd.
Armed groups which helped topple Muammar Qaddafi in 2011 turn their guns on each other, erupting factional violence in Libya
The new head of the U.N.'s political mission in Libya will replace incumbant Tarek Mitri on Sept.1
The United Nations mission in Libya, aims to end the violence, help displaced residents and alleviate food and gasoline shortages.
The session took place in Tobruk because Benghazi was deemed too dangerous as Islamist militias battle troops loyal to renegade general
The Philippines on Sunday appealed to thousands of its nationals to flee Libya, warning that the situation there could worsen after only a few hundred ...
The parliament, elected on June 25, is to take over from the Islamist-dominated interim General National Congress
The inability of the transitional government to establish security has been particularly notable in eastern Libya
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