Arab countries are giving Washington a month to break the deadlock in the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, stalled after Israel resumed settlement
Libya’s controversial leader Muammar Gaddafi is to meet Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi today on his two day visit to the country.
The Scottish government has denied it had any contact with oil giant BP before its decision last year to release the Libyan man convicted of the 1988
Amid BP’s problems in the gulf, the energy giant is also facing accusations it played a role in winning the release of the man convicted of the 1988
Swiss officials are keeping their fingers crossed for the safe return of a businessman held by Libya for nearly two years.
Max Göldi was released
Max Goeldi, the Swiss man at the centre of a long-running diplomatic row between Switzerland and Libya, has been freed from jail in Tripoli
Libya has taken the surprise decision of ordering the United Nations refugee agency, the UNHCR, to close its operations in Tripoli. No official
A Dutch boy who was the only survivor of a plane crash in Libya is said to be out of danger after surgery.
The boy, identified as Ruben, had
Investigators from the Netherlands are on their way to Libya to uncover what caused a deadly plane crash that killed 103 people.
A team of forensic
The only survivor from a crashed Libyan airliner is said to be in a serious but stable condition. The ten-year-old boy who is believed to be Dutch
A Libyan Airbus jet crashed as it tried to land in Tripoli airport.
At least 103 people have been killed in a plane crash in Libya.
The accident happened when the jet owned by Libya’s Afriqiyah airline was landing
A passenger plane has crashed on landing at Tripoli airport, killing at least 103 people.
The Airbus A330, operated by Libyan airline Al Afriqiyah
The Palestinian-Israeli conflict has dominated debate at a summit of the Arab League in Libya.
The possibility of peace talks resuming has taken a
An office in Tripoli’s prison was the setting for a meeting between Hannibal Gadaffi and detained Swiss businessman, Max Goldi. A publicity stunt by
Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi is stoking the fires of a long-running fued with Switzerland.
He has declared in public that if Switzerland was on
Libyan leader Muamar Gaddafi has intensified his vendetta against the Swiss by calling for jihad, or holy war against what he calls an “infidel”
Relations between Libya and Switzerland have taken a turn for the worse.
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has called for a jihad or holy war against
Several dozen Libyan police officers have surrounded the Swiss embassy in Tripoli after issuing an ultimatum for Switzerland to hand over two of its