German newspaper, Süddeutsche Zeitung, revealed Wednesday that Abdelrahim Al-Kani: a senior leader of Kani militias of Tarhouna who are accused of committing war crimes and mass graves, was receiving medical treatment in Bonn city.
The consultations among key Libyan stakeholders that took place in Montreux in Switzerland under the auspices of the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue and in the presence of UNSMIL between 7-9 September have ended in agreement on a road mRead more
The Libyan Presidential Council's Head Fayez Al-Sirraj and the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan have discussed economic and security cooperation between Libya and Turkey, including the return of Turkish companies to resume suspended projectsRead more
The Libyan High Council of State (HCS) said in a statement made to the media Saturday rejects that it rejects any form of dialogue with the "war criminal and terrorist Khalifa Haftar".Read more
Khalifa Haftar, who previously lived for decades in Virginia, has said he deserves immunity from a pair of civil lawsuits in the US accusing him of atrocities and indiscriminate killings because he is Libya's head of state, the Associated Press reRead more
The Education Minister-designate of the Government of National Accord Mihammed Emmari said the plans for reopening schools and resuming studies will be announced next Wednesday and Thursday.Read more
US ambassador Richard Norland met in Cairo with Tobruk-based House of Representatives (HOR) Speaker Aqila Saleh to learn about the HOR’s efforts to promote a demilitarized solution for Sirte and Jufra, enable the National Oil CoRead more
The Head of Investigations Department at the Public Prosecutor's Office Al-Siddiq Al-Sour said Thursday they had issued a list of over 100 persons accused of being behind the mass graves in southern Tripoli and Tarhouna.