Libya needs women and youth to achieve stability

The civil conflict in Libya has come to a standstill. The negotiations seem stalled, following the establishment of a legal committee to appoint a new


Turkey wants Bashagha and not Serraj at the negotiating table for Libya, the sultan power on the puppet government

The recent Libyan dialogue meetings in Montreux in Switzerland, Bouznika in Morocco, and the delegations in Cairo give hope that a ceasefire will be reached


Third day of demonstrations in Libya, more violence and arrests of protesters

On Tuesday, the young people of Tripoli took to the streets for the third consecutive day. The speech of Prime Minister Fayez al-Serraj did not

Turkey prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan
News Politics

Hundreds of mercenaries killed, all the problems of Erdogan’s mission in Libya

The Libyan National Army (LNA) media office released on Friday a new video shot by a Syrian mercenary during military operations alongside armed groups affiliated

3d illustrator of oil pump
Middle East News

Slump in the oil market pulls down Libyan central reserves by 20%

According to the recent report published by the Libyan audit bureau, the country’s central bank reserves are expected to fall by 20%due to plummeting oil

Libyan Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj
Middle East Politics

Libya : Fayez al-Serraj against EU mission IRINI to not lost Turkish daily support

The Tripoli based Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) asked in a letter addressed to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) and to the European

Waving flag of the United Nations
Middle East News

Libya: UN reports dramatic increase in violence worsens humanitarian crisis

On Monday, United Nations raised concern over worsening of crisis in Libya. The organisation reported ‘dramatic increase’ in killing of civilians. The war-torn nation recently