Armed fighting between armed groups loyal to Khalifa Haftar and Tabu tribe’s armed groups hit on Wednesday Murzuq town in southern Libya. The official at the so-called Brigade 73 Infantry of Haftar’s self-styled army, Al-Mundir Al-Khartoush, said they had entered Murzuq town from the eastern side, thus ensuing clashes with the Tabu armed groups. Meanwhile,…

The Libyan interim government (HoR – rival of the Government of National Unity) has officially announced the end of military operations in the city of Derna and the eradication of terrorism throughout eastern Libya. The interim government, led by Abdullah al-Thinni and based in al-Bayda, congratulated the Libyans for eliminating the threat of terrorist groups…

The military situations in southwest Libya continues to escalate threatening to destabilize the whole of Libya. Events have cascaded over the last week and are ever-changing, almost on a daily basis. They continue to reflect the power struggle between western and eastern Libya, and the power and security vacuum and local power struggle in the…

Western newspapers have talked about the fierce political and security rivalry between France and Italy over Libya, amid a hindered political process due to the contradicted US project, which aims to establish an Arab military alliance to counter Iran’s growing influence in the region. The French-language and Geneva-based newspaper La Tribune de Genève shed light…

The forces of Libyan strongman Khalifa Haftar on Wednesday announced a military operation to “purge” jihadists and criminal gangs from the south of the conflict-hit nation. A spokesman for the self-proclaimed Libyan National Army (LNA) said its fighters had advanced in “several regions in the south” from an airbase some 650 kilometres (400 miles) from…

Two years after their defeat in their former Sirte stronghold, the jihadists of the Islamic state launched several attacks in Libya and even in the heart of Tripoli, capitalizing on the weakness of the internationally recognized government and, more generally, on the chaos that has plagued the country since 2011. The latest attack on Tuesday,…

At least 25,000 people have had to leave their homes because of the clashes in Tripoli in recent weeks. This was revealed by the Minister of Displaced Persons of the Government of National Agreement (GNA), Yousef Jalala, explaining that in total there are 5,000 displaced families. At a meeting convened yesterday by the emergency committee…

The international community should unite its efforts to resolve the crisis that is affecting Tripoli, Libya, these days, threatening human lives and causing material damage. The appeal comes from the head of the government of the national agreement (GNA), Fayez al Sarraj, who spoke in connection with Tripoli at a meeting on the Libyan crisis…