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Libyan guards 'shoot six migrants dead' at Tripoli detention centre
The International Organization for Migration says the shooting was linked to notorious overcrowding at the centre where conditions are deplorable.
The Roman city lost to the Libyan Civil War
A forgotten historical gem in Libya is the best kept Roman ruin outside of Italy.
Mayday call over migrant rescue in Mediterranean
Migrants clinging to an overturned boat off the Libyan coast were spotted by air and were rescued last week, NGO SeaWatch Italy said Friday
A hotbed of squalor and torture, Libya's detention centres are closing
The country's provisional government says it wants to end lawlessness in the camps, but migrants still dream of a life in Europe.
Caught on camera: Libyan coast guard shoots at migrant boat
The German non-governmental group Sea-Watch filmed the incident while flying over the Mediterranean in an observation mission.
This biker gang are changing perceptions one rev at a time
Bikers from Libya's Mediterranean city of Benghazi, the cradle of its 2011 revolution and a one-time Islamist bastion, rev up their motors to show another side to their country and their gang.
Five migrants have died after their boat capsized off Libya
Five migrants have drowned when a vessel, carrying at least 45 people and heading for Europe, capsized off Libya.
At least 11 dead after migrant boat capsises of Libya coast
“The continuous loss of life calls for an urgent change in approach to the situation in Libya and the Central Med.,” the IOM said in a Twitter post.
130 people en-route to Europe feared dead in shipwreck off Libya coast
Around 130 people are feared dead after the wreck of a boat carrying them to Europe was found off the Libyan coast.
Libya factions agree interim presidential council ahead of elections
Rival factions in Libya agree on an interim presidential council to lead the country into elections in December.
Migrant shipwreck off Libyan coast leaves at least 43 dead, says UN
The shipwreck in the Mediterranean Sea is the first maritime disaster in 2021 involving migrants and refugees seeking better lives in Europe.
At least 74 drown after migrant boat breaks down off Libya coast
At least 74 migrants trying to make their way to Europe drowned after their boat capsized off the coast of Libya on Thursday, the UN migration agency said.
Libya's rival factions sign 'permanent' ceasefire after UN talks
Libya's two warring factions agreed to a permanent truce after five days of talks at the United Nations, which hailed the move as "historic".
Ceasefire announced in Libya after nine years of political crisis
The UN has called for the expulsion of all mercenaries from the country.
UN deplores deadly shooting of three Europe-bound migrants in Libya
"We can no longer afford to ignore what's happening inside Libya," UNHCR spokesperson Charlie Yaxley told Euronews.
EU countries threaten sanctions against foreign interference in Libya
Chancellor Angela Merkel, president Emmanuel Macron and prime minister Giuseppe Conte issued a joint declaration on Saturday as they met in Brussels to discuss the coronavirus recovery package.
Turkey is playing a dangerous game in Libya, says France's Macron
The French president's remarks on Turkey's military intervention in the Libyan civil war follows an encounter between the two NATO allies' ships in the Mediterranean
Haftar backs ceasefire as rebels lose ground in Libya
A new ceasefire proposal reflects a dramatic shift in the balance of power in war-torn Libya.
If you think working from home in Europe is tough, try Libya
"I am working from home right now with bombs falling in the surrounding area," said Moayed Zoghdani, who is an aid worker for an international agency.
Outspoken Libyan princess Alia Al Senussi supports ‘New Saudi’ art scene
As a Libyan princess raised in exile, Alia Al Senussi, has never let her family’s ousting from the throne and their homeland in the 1960s, define her.
Libya: Caught between bombs, bullets and now COVID-19
The coronavirus pandemic is putting yet more strain on a country already struggling with civil war and a migrant crisis.
Ignoring COVID-19 cases at Libya migrant centres will have dire consequences for Europe ǀ View
Both individual countries like Italy and the EU overall will need to strike the political balance between the needs of their citizens and the humanitarian obligation to provide shelter for refugees and migrants.
Can peace talks in Berlin on Sunday end the civil war in Libya?
Here's our explainer on the Libyan conflict and the peace talks taking place in Berlin on Sunday.
Libyan rivals leave Moscow without signing ceasefire deal
The commander of the Libyan National Army (LNA) Khalifa Haftar and the Government of National Accord (GNA) Prime Minister Fayez Sarraj left Moscow on Tuesday without reaching an agreement on a ceasefire deal proposed by Russia and Turkey.
Tripoli accuses rivals of breaking conditional ceasefire in Libya
The ceasefire took effect early on Sunday and if it holds, it will mark the first break in fighting in months.
Who are the Russian mercenaries waging war in Libya?
Wagner Group contractors are accused of fighting alongside General Khalifa Haftar, who along with the support of the United Arab Emirates and Egypt is laying siege to Tripoli.