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At least 28 migrants' bodies found lined up on Libya's western coast
Libya's Interior Ministry believes the bodies recovered belonged to a group of 60 people supposedly missing at sea.
A decade since Gaddafi, Libya's election raises fears of new violence
Among the front-runners of over 100 candidates are Gaddafi's son, Seif-al-Islam, and Khalid al-Haftar, a Benghazi-based warlord.
Gadhafi's son announces candidacy for president of Libya
The son and one-time heir apparent of late Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi announced Sunday his candidacy for the country's presidential election next month, Libya's election agency said.
Libyan conference in Paris pledges support for elections in December
It's a vote many world powers hope will pull the oil-rich North African state out of a decade long era of conflict and political instability.
Ten years on since the death of Gaddafi, how stable is Libya today?
Academic Mustafa Fetouri spoke to Euronews about what has changed in the country after the end of the Gaddafi era.
Italy ship captain convicted after sending migrants to Libya in 2018
The verdict is the first of its kind in Italy and has been welcomed by the human rights group, Amnesty International.
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
Over Mediterranean, volunteer pilots search for migrants in danger
This year alone, the French pilots have accumulated over 500 flight hours over the Mediterranean searching the sea for migrant boats in danger.
At least 50 migrants drown off Tunisian coast, authorities say
More than 50 migrants are missing after a boat sank off the coast of Tunisia, while 33 others were rescued by workers from an oil platform.
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.
Italy, Malta & Libya slow to react to deadly shipwreck, analysis finds
An analysis of logs and emails show that Italian, Maltese and Libyan authorities responded slowly, insufficiently, or not at all to migrants' pleas for help at sea in a deadly April shipwreck.
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.
Rescue groups and Pope decry inaction as 130 migrants die at sea
A rubber dinghy carrying 130 people capsized in the Mediterranean Sea on Thursday, with all those onboard thought to have drowned, after pleading for assistance the day before.
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.
EU's Michel visits Libya as nation battles instability and COVID-19
European Council President Charles Michel visited Libya on Sunday as the nation grapples with continuing instability and rising covid cases.
A diary of life aboard a migrant rescue ship in the Mediterranean Sea
Euronews' Pablo Ramiro joined NGO Open Arms on a migrant rescue mission in the Mediterranean Sea. Here's what he saw.
UN and IOM call for Europe to resume search and rescue
UN data shows that out of the 3,800 people who arrived in Italy by sea this year, 2,527 departed from Libya.
Open Arms rescues over 100 more migrants from Mediterranean off Libya
The Spanish NGO says it has now rescued 146 migrants off the coast of Libya in recent days, taking them to safety in Sicily.
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.
Turkey launches charm offensive to repair relations with EU
Turkey's charm offensive comes after months of difficulties between Ankara and Brussels.
Turkey blocks EU inspection of cargo vessel travelling to Libya
Turkey has protested after German soldiers boarded a Turkish cargo ship in search of suspected arms shipments to Libya. The EU mission says all protocols were followed in the operation, and no illicit materials were found.
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".
France: Sarkozy charged with conspiracy over alleged Libyan funding
In a Facebook post published on Friday, Sarkozy said he "learnt of the latest indictment with great stupefaction" and that his "innocence is again violated".
Russia, China blocking report into Libya arms embargo violations
The report accuses states including the UAE, Turkey, Jordan and Russia of funding rebel forces in defiance of the UN