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Child born crossing from Libya
Suicide bombers stormed the head offices of Libya's electoral commission in Tripoli on Wednesday, killing at least 12 people and setting fire to the building in an attack claimed by the Islamic State militant group.
Rescue ships and Libya's coastguard picked up several hundred migrants on Saturday. Libyan coastguard vessels intercepted three migrant boats off Zawiya, just west of the capital, Tripoli.
They were the latest to be sent home as part of a voluntary deportation scheme
Since the fall of Gaddafi in 2011, which led to the disintegration of the security apparatus, Libya has been torn apart by the struggle for influence
The blasts shatter relative calm in Libya's second city
The Italian coast guard saved nearly 100 migrants whose vessel got into trouble off Libyan waters but eight died during the operation
More migrants stuck in Libyan detention centres are sent home with the help of the UN's migration agency
Officials in Libya say more than 250 migrants, including women and children, have been rescued while trying to reach Italy.
The North African
The French president wants to suggest an agreement to help Libya's "endangered population" following footage showing migrants being sold
"We've seen signs of torture: gunshots, electric shocks, burns, lashes, skinning - brutal and unacceptable things," says doctor who for decades has cared for migrants arriving on the Italian island of Lampedusa.
Seawatch said the Libyan coast guard caused panic by "beating and threatening" the migrants. Five of them died.
Italian police bust a gang smuggling €30 million euros’ worth of low-quality diesel from Libya into Europe and selling it at the standard price
More than 3,000 migrants were arrested in smugglers camps near the Libyan city of Sabratha on Saturday and transported
to detention centres set up to
Nearly 500 migrants are rescued off the Tripoli coast
The Libyan Army’s band performed a rather original rendition of the British National Anthem.
Reduced flow of migrants from Libya due to armed group stopping them. But is it risking more highly abusive detention?
"Would we rather stop our search and rescue operations completely, and risk people drowning, than return migrants and refugees back to Libya?"
Libyan authorities contacted the crew of the Spanish NGO ship to say they would shoot them if they didn't follow orders.
Increasing hostilities from the Libyan authorities have led three aid groups to cease operations in the region.