I'm Tendering My Resignation, Libyan PM Says in Heated Debate
Abdullah al-Thinni made the statement after being confronted with questions from angry citizens criticising his cabinet during a television interview.
News24Wire, 12 August 2015
Libya's internationally recognised government on Wednesday denied that Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni had tendered his resignation after the premier appeared overnight to say he… Read more »
Libya: Prime Minister to Step Down
Al Jazeera, 12 August 2015
Libya's internationally recognised prime minister has said in a television interview that he will resign after the station confronted him with questions from angry citizens… Read more »
U.S.Secretary of State John Kerry and Libyan Prime Minister al-Thinni address reporters (file photo).
Deutsche Welle, 26 May 2015
Abdullah al-Thinni, Libya's internationally-recognized prime minister, has survived an assassination attempt unscathed. Armed gunmen reportedly opened fire on al-Thinni's motorcade… Read more »
ANGOP, 23 April 2015
The group controlling Libya's coastal capital Tripoli said it would "confront" any unilateral European Union moves to attack sites used by people-traffickers, urging the bloc to… Read more »
Deutsche Welle, 10 January 2015
The UN has announced that a new round of peace dialogue between Libya's warring militias will be held in Geneva next week. The statement did not specify which of the factions would… Read more »
Aswat Masriya, 26 February 2015
Libyan Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni stressed on Thursday his country's "full coordination" with Egypt in facing "armed terrorist groups" during a meeting with his Egyptian… Read more »