BY EZINNE Twitter is taking this hard: The victims of this Libya mess are humans like you and I. Humans that deserve every right to freedom. Freedom for our fellow blacks!! Lets do this for the culture ✊ #stoplibyaslavery pic.twitter.com/HfvpZUlQ6m — KING ALI 👑 (@Ali_McHenri) November 29, 2017 This video highlights my findings. It breaks […]
by Omar Farooq The Libyan government released a statement last Saturday, claiming that a Sudanese military transport plane bound for Mitiga airbase in Tripoli – which is currently under the control of an Islamist armed group known as Misrata – entered its airspace. It noted that this action violates Libya’s sovereignty and constitutes an interference […]
by Farid Abbas
The Libyan 2014 polls which ended yesterday, were marred by low turnout and deadly violence. Reports from BBC say many polling booths have been left empty.
According to election officials about 630,000 people voted, less than half of the number of eligible voters. Read more about Elections in Libya marred by violence and low turnout …
by Lily Rashida
The US government is putting military assets into place in order to be prepared for the possible removal of Americans from Libya, due to a political crisis that threatens to touch off a new wave of violence in the unstable country. Officials say they are yet to decide whether to move U.S. personnel, particularly those at the U.S Embassy in Tripoli, out of Libya. However, preparations are being made by the U.S military to evacuate persons, in case such a need arises. Read more about US government may evacuate US workers from Libya, due to crisis …
by Farid Abbas Authorities in Libya have reported an accident involving a makeshift boat carrying over a hundred immigrants off the coast of Libya. The boat capsized roughly 4 km off of Libya’s eastern coastal town of Garabulli, killing dozens of people. Rescue teams are still searching for survivors in the water, over 40 people […]