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- Analysts: Uighur Jihadis in Syria Could Pose Threat
- General Assembly Adopts 4 Resolutions Aimed at Strengthening Coordination of Humanitarian, Disaster Relief Assistance
- Adopting 7 Resolutions, General Assembly Calls for Recorded Vote on Texts Addressing Global Health, Ties with Organization of Islamic Cooperation
- EU Trust Fund for Africa: new actions adopted to support vulnerable migrants, foster socio-economic development and improve border management in North of Africa
- GNA Minister Of Transport Meets Canadian Ambassador.
Libyan antiquities are falling prey to extremists.
In the most recent attack, vandals demolished the marble pillars of an ancient church in Shahat. Along with nearby Cyrene (which lent its name to today’s Cyrenaica region), the city is home to …Read more
Libyan authorities say Ansar al-Sharia is responsible for the wave of violence gripping Benghazi. Citizens are also voicing outrage that the group is committing violence in the name of Islam.
Following the slaughter of nine soldiers on May 2nd, the …Read more
Nearly two months after terrorists abducted a Tunisian diplomat in Tripoli, his family is no closer to learning his fate.
“All we hear is that he is in good health – assurances here and there without results,” the father and …Read more
TRIPOLI, Libya, May 8, 2014 – The Commission of the African Union (AU) and its partners, notably the United Nations and the World Bank, yesterday, 6 May 2014 conducted a one-day briefing for the Libyan Government on Disarmament, Demobilisation and …Read more
The Sudanese consulate in Kufra, Libya, was hit by a hand grenade on Friday. No injuries were reported. The building was damaged.
The Sudanese consul in Kufra, Esam Abdel Rahman, on Saturday told the Libyan Solidarity Press Agency that unidentified …Read more
France, the United Kingdom, the United States, Italy and Germany condemn the ongoing attacks by terrorist groups or organizations targeting Libya’s legitimate security forces in Benghazi. These attacks undermine the Revolution for which Libyans fought so dearly and jeopardize Libya’s …Read more
The slaughter of nine soldiers by Ansar-al Sharia terrorists on Friday inaugurated another violent week-end in Benghazi.
The head of Benghazi’s Joint Security Room (BJSR) on Saturday (May 3rd) narrowly escaped assassination. Colonel Abdullah al-Saiti was returning from a funeral …Read more
Ahmed Matiq, Libya’s top candidate for the premiership, has been confirmed as the head of the transitional government. Prior to the official announcement, lawmakers argued over the validity of his appointment.
After hours of uncertainty surrounding the outcome of a …Read more