- ticket title
- Egyptian FM, UN envoy discuss ways to resolve Libyan crisis
- UNHCR Resettlement Update #86 – Libya-Niger Situation
- Acting Education Minister Cancels Measures Suspending Teachers Salaries
- Libyan Audit Office Selected Member of Arabosai
- Mi’tig: Council Gave Authorization to Municipalities to Resolve Rubbish Problems
Tripoli, The Libyan Centre for Press Freedom said press freedom in Libya was negatively affected due to instability and conflicts in the country. In its annual report, on World Press Day, 3 March annually, it said it reported about 118 attacks against journalists and media outlets, 18% of which classified as threats of murder, 19% kidnappings and torture, 21% repressive and forced disappearance, 13% cases of beating and prevention of work and 22% attacks on the media outlets. Journalists without borders classified Libya as ranking 164 among the most dangerous countries for journalists.
Source: Libyan News Agency