Tuesday, 23/10/2018 | 5:54 UTC+0
Libyan Newswire
  • LIBYA REPATRIATES 158 ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS TO MALI

    TRIPOLI, The Libyan Anti-illegal Immigration Agency has announced on Sunday the repatriation of 158 illegal immigrants to Mali through Misrata International Airport, in coordination with the International Organization for Migration (IOM). The Head of the Deportation Bureau at Misrata airport, Hussein Al-Ameen, clarified that among the returnees were 10 children and 12 women from shelters

    Read more
  • 27 dead after days of clashes near Libya capital

    At least 27 people have been killed and 100 wounded in several days of fighting between rival militias near the Libyan capital, the health ministry said Thursday. The clashes broke out on Monday in suburbs south of Tripoli and continued into Wednesday evening after a truce collapsed, despite an appeal by the United Nations for

    Read more
  • Ahmed Amitiq Meets South Korean Ambassador.

    Tripoli, Deputy at Presidency Council, Ahmed Amitiq met Tuesday with the South Korean ambassador to Libya to discuss bilateral relations between the two countries. The ambassador conveyed his government gratitude for the efforts made by the Libyan government to free the kidnapped South Korean engineer and several of his Filipino companions who were kidnapped last

    Read more
  • Presidency Council Of GNA Allocates 66.

    12 million dinars to HNEC. Tripoli, the Presidency Council of the GNA has allocated 66.12 million to High national Elections Commission to start preparation work for parliamentary and presidential elections. The decree issued by the presidency council …

    Read more

We share news on our website despite being worried about its size, means that we do not differentiate in news whether it is a small or any big news. Each news that is affecting people’s lives has to be published and discussed in different forums. With this state of mind, we share news on our website, because our ultimate goal is to witness that concerned authorities taking notice of the issue which has been raised in the shape of news on our website.

Read More!

Monthly Archives

Our Facebook Page