Rival Libyan militias agreed to a new ceasefire Monday aimed at halting nearly a week of deadly clashes south of the capital Tripoli, officials said. ...
Sudan’s Foreign Minister Ali Karti accused ‘foreign countries’ of inciting violence in Libya
Islamist parties’ progress in Tripoli necessitates action from regional powers - the Arab League, Egypt and Algeria - to save Libya from chaos
Libya’s Islamist militias said Sunday they have consolidated their hold on Tripoli and its international airport
A commander of Khalifa Haftar's air force said they were responsible for strikes on Islamist-leaning militia in Tripoli on Monday
More than 200 people were killed in weeks-long violence in Tripoli and Benghazi
Tunisia’s border one of the few routes out for Libyan residents and expats to escape violence in Tripoli and Benghazi
The warning from the ministry’s spokesman Badr Abdullati comes a day after the killing of 23 Egyptian workers in the Libyan capital Tripoli
Residents reported several loud explosions near the al-Yarmouk barracks in the Salaheddin district
The fighting came days after a suicide bomber had detonated an explosive-packed minibus outside a Libyan army camp in Benghazi
Tripoli gunmen targeted the Portuguese embassy, almost a week after Tunisian and Jordanian diplomats were kidnapped
Libya's parliament agrees on little, its interim government has no army to enforce security let alone impose its will
Libyan authorities investigate the previous arrest of a Libyan leader who was allegedly paid a night-time visit by two women
Libya’s military and police are outmanned and outgunned by rival militias who frequently take over state facilities
The Libyan rebel group on Friday on grabbed five diplomatic staff from their homes in the Libyan capital within 24 hours, including the cultural attaché
Egyptian government says talks are ongoing to try and secure the release of the first diplomat, an administrative attaché
Libya’s output has fallen to 250,000 bpd from 1.4 million bpd in July due to strikes at oil facilitie
The seizing of oilfields across Libya cut output to around 220,000 barrels per day from 1.4 million bpd in July
The assault is the most recent in a series of attacks occurring in the eastern city, as violence continues to mount
Libya remains in turmoil as the government struggles to rein in militias that helped topple Muammar Qaddafi in 2011
Col. Said Massoud al-Jamli has received three bullets to the head, says a hospital spokeswoman
Libya's government denies it will share oil experts with autonomous movement
Most oil ports and fields were seized by militias and tribesmen demanding more political power or higher pay
The new clashes have wounded several people as the army struggles to curb Islamist militants
Libyan protesters keep pressure on militias to leave the capital
The latest violence follows the deaths of at least 45 people in Tripoli last night
Protesters in Libya seized most oil ports and fields since August, demanding more rights or better pay
A video showing the abduction of Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan by gunmen last month went viral on social media late Friday. An armed group of ...
Two years after the death of Muammar Qaddafi, Libya did little to mark the anniversary of its “liberation” from the veteran dictator&rsquo ...
Two years after the death of Libyan President Muammar Gadhafi, political developments in Libya are still influenced by assassinations, kidnappings and ...
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