Alrassed Alliby Editor
Libya Shield forces withdraw from all positionsLibyan Agency news said that princes of Shield forces of Libya on Tuesday issued a decision to withdraw from all of its positions
Italian Prime Minister :Libya to get US, European help to stabilizeThe United States and Europe are working on a plan to help Libya end the instability of the post-Gaddafi era, Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta said Tuesday, dpa reported.
Heroin addict says that getting drugs become easy after revolutionDrug use is on the rise in Libya, as a host of post-revolutionary challenges after the fall of Moammar Gadhafi prevent the government from stemming the tide.
Can we be optimistic about Libya’s future?Two years after the end of the 2011 uprising, the new Libya is still in the making and still suffers from instability and violence. The past few weeks have seen continued violence in various places, including Tripoli. On 8 June, clashes between protesters and militia in Benghazi left at least 30 people dead, leading to the resignation of Libya’s army chief of staff, Yousef Mangoush. Militias continue to operate while the central government seems unable to stop them.
No UK visa for minister for London trade conferenceThe Deputy Minister of the Economy, Dr Abdelkarem Mgeg, was unable to attend yesterday’s roundtable ahead of September’s Foreign Direct Investment Libya Focus conference, after failing to get a visa to travel to the UK in time.
Bodies identifiedThe Missing People and Martyrs Ministry announced that the remains of 102 bodies in a mass grave in Bin Jawad, near Sirte have been identified.
New US ambassador Deborah Kay Jones arrives in TripoliNine months after the Benghazi murder of US ambassador Chris Stevens and three colleagues in the assault on the American consulate, the new US ambassador Deborah Kay Jones arrived in Tripoli today.
Sociology calls Zidane to resign immediately due to the complexity of the political scene in LibyaDr. Ramadan Bin Taher researcher in sociology calls Prime Minister Ali Zaidan to resign immediately, and accused him of the complexity of the political scene in Libya.
Military reinforcements to maintain security in BenghaziSeveral websites reported that the Libyan government currently paid to Benghazi military reinforcements to control security in the city figs on Wednesday and experienced huge explosions targeted a police station in the gardens and destroyed it completely
Britain to train 7,000 Libyan soldiers to confront extremists and disarm militiasBritish Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday announced that his country and other members of the G-8 agreed to train 7,000 Libyan soldiers.
Bombs destroy police station in Libya's BenghaziBombs flattened a police station in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi on Wednesday but there were no casualties as the building had been emptied for repairs following previous attacks, security officials said.
tourism in libya in dangerThe ancient Roman city used to attract more than 20,000 foreign visitors annually before the 2011 war that ousted Muammar Gaddafi. Now the temples and mosaics overlooking the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean are usually deserted.
The outgoing Libyan Information Minister: My optimism was an illusionIn a surprise move , libyan minister of Information Yousef al-Sharif, presented hos resignation to the Prime Minister's Office Ali Zidane. His decision to resign surprised many political parties in Libya
Libyan universities face security challengesLibya working to improve security in the universities after several incidents led student to strike in several cities across the country. on Thursda , a joint committee formed comprising members of the student union and university security personnel and representatives from the Ministry of the Interior after students protested for two days in Tripoli.
A new law in Libya risks further weakening of institutions: UN envoyA law to exclude certain individuals from public office in Libya, which was adopted on 5 May, risks further weakening state institutions in the North African country.
In Libya, Militias RulePiles of rubble and mangled metal litter the corners of two leafy upscale neighborhoods in Tripoli. A car bomb in April destroyed half of the diplomatic offices of the French Embassy, damaging vital infrastructure in a 200-meter [656 feet] radius.
The adventures of a Libyan weapons dealer in SyriaAbdul Basit Haroun says he is behind some of the biggest shipments of weapons from Libya to Syria, which he delivers on chartered flights to neighboring countries and then smuggles over the border.
Enniskillen survivor asks Libyan prime minister to compensate IRA victimsPeter Robinson hands over letter to Libya's premier Ali Zeidan on behalf of victim of Remembrance Sunday bomb attack
Exhibition of paintings in SebhaResidents in Sebha have the chance to take their mind off security problems for a short while and focus on something far more calming.
Congress to elect new head next Tuesday 25 JuneThe General National Congress (GNC) has set next Tuesday 25th June as the date for the election of its new head.
Police training to boost children’s rightsAnother step towards ensuring Libyan children are protected has been taken with a five-day workshop for police officers, who can now train other members of the force on child rights.
G8 leaders affirm support for LibyaIn their final communiqué at the end of the G8 summit today in Northern Ireland, the leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, the UK, the USA stated that they were “committed to leading international support for Libya’s security and democratic transition”.