Alrassed Alliby Editor
Libyan protesters call for armed militias to be disbandedProtestors demonstrating against the continued presence of unofficial brigades in the country are threatening, once they gather enough people, to take on the militias.
Benghazi shoppers may have had lucky escapeIt appears that a bomb placed in a popular Benghazi shopping area may have gone off prematurely at around about 3 pm. Had it detonated an hour later in the Alhadk area, near the police station, the street would have been crowed with pre-Ramadan shoppers.
Libyan and UK navies discovered New shipwrecksMembers of the Libyan Navy, training with crew on UK warship HMS Echo, have literally charted new waters with the discovery of five large wrecks in Libyan waters.
Sahmain : The revolution is no goldmineThe revolution is not “a gold mine nor an opportunity to redistribute wealth but rather a chance for the equality of rights and duties to rebuild the state and the nation” said new General National Congress president Nuri Abu Sahmain in his first major speech.
Libyan getting ready for Ramadanibyans, like Muslims all over the world, are getting ready, making final preparations and stocking-up for the blessed month of Ramadan
Russia urges probe of Libya arms shipment to militants in Syria“Russia applied to the UNSC Committee overseeing sanctions against Libya asking to initiate an investigation of the information (about the alleged arms supply to the Syrian opposition from Libya)…,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Friday.
French consul and wife survive Benghazi gun attack unharmedThe French honorary consul in Benghazi and his wife were uninjured after a gunman had fired ten shots into their vehicle on Thursday evening.
Petrol queues vanish as ministry denies shortagesPanic-buying of fuel in Tripoli, sparked by strikes at a local refinery, has stopped after the Ministry of Oil and Gas insisted that petrol supplies were unaffected.
Last film-showing of season tomorrow night in Tripoli: Where do we go now?An award-winning Lebanese film about a group of women who try to ease religious tensions between their Christian and Muslim menfolk living in the same village, will be shown at Tripoli’s Art House tomorrow night.
Injury as Abu Selim SSC fire over heads of angry crowdOne man was injured after Tripoli militiamen fired heavy weapons into the air to disperse angry local residents, demanding their unit quit the area.
UK Warship helping Navy chart Libyan waters arrives in TripoliBritish warship HMS Echo docked in Tripoli yesterday, after spending a fortnight training members of the Libyan Navy in modern underwater surveying methods.
Attempt to assassinate Col. Hamid Elhasy and the wounding of Ahmed KabylianMajor General Colonel "Hamid Elhasy survived from an assassination attempt on Thursday evening in Quiche region in Benghazi .
Libyan citizen forced to confess in an ugly wayHe is a citizen from Ztun city forced to tell the place of 2 people (Nabil - Muhammad) who are accused of detaining members of the city .... So today this is the manner of implementing law in Libya. militias and armed gangs spread across Libya
Libya aiming to make rape in armed conflict a war crimeThe testimony of a woman who was sexually tortured under the Gaddafi regime is proving a catalyst for political change in Libya
Libya’s NFA will boycott congressLibya's largest coalition in the National Assembly said it was boycotting sessions from Thursday, protesting at delays in drafting a constitution, it said on Thursday.
Two dead in Air Force graduation tragedyAn air show, part of a ceremony to celebrate the graduation of pilots at Benghazi’s Air Force base, today went tragically wrong when a helicopter performing aerobatic manoeuvres crashed.
Libya to host Arab Female Engineers and Architects ForumIn another step towards raising the profile of professional Libyan women, Libya is to host the third meeting of the Arab Female Engineers and Architects Forum.
Gunshot victims found in boat from LibyaMalta on Thursday rescued 290 migrants arriving on a boat from Libyan shores, including three people with gunshot wounds and four others with a slow heart rate or who were drifting in and out of consciousness.
British congratulate new GNC president, Nuri Abu SahmainNew GNC president, Nuri Abu Sahmain was congratulated by British Foreign Secretary William Hague on his election.