Suicide Bomber Attacks Libyan Legislators
The bombing, which appears to be the biggest attack against the Libyan parliament since it moved to the eastern city of Tobruk, has been condemned by the UN mission in the country.
Graffiti reads: "This is the war I was waiting for"
HRW, 8 September 2014
Libyan militia forces battling for control of Tripoli and surrounding areas have engaged in attacks on civilians and civilian property that in some cases amount to war crimes,… Read more »
Deutsche Welle, 1 September 2014
Ministry and state offices in Tripoli have been seized by armed militias. The loss of control comes just days after the country's interim government resigned, following the… Read more »
Libya: Who's Fighting Whom and Why?
ThinkAfricaPress, 21 May 2014
Over the last few days, competing militias have clashed in Benghazi and Tripoli underlining the deep tensions within the General National Congress. Read more »
Libya: Gunmen Storm Parliament
Deutsche Welle, 29 April 2014
Gunmen have stormed the seat of Libya's General National Congress in Tripoli. The attack came as parliamentarians were preparing to elect a new prime minister. Read more »
Magharebia, 6 March 2014
Libya's February Committee on Tuesday (March 4th) unveiled its plan to amend the constitutional declaration and shepherd the country towards a new interim government. Read more »
Magharebia, 3 March 2014
Two members of Libya's General National Congress (GNC) were shot by demonstrators who stormed parliament on Sunday (March 2nd), AFP reported. Read more »
UN News, 3 March 2014
The United Nations mission in Libya has strongly condemned the attack that took place on Sunday against the country's parliament and its members, and stressed the need for… Read more »
Libya: Libya Chaos Worsens
VOA, 9 January 2014
Libya is plunging deeper into political turmoil with the country's beleaguered government warning foreign shippers against loading crude oil from terminals in the East of the… Read more »