Libya: Arrest warrant against GNA members issued by PM Thinni

Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni of the Tobruk-based government has issued “strict instructions” for the security forces to arrest and detain cabinet members of the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA) who set foot on the territory under their control. The Read more

Libya: African Union delegation leaves as Haftar forces progress in the West

The delegation from the African Union ended its four-day trip to Libya by meeting with Field Marshall Khalifa Haftar with whom they discussed the political situation and developments of the country as well as the fight against terrorism. The delegation Read more

Libya: Cairo’s Serraj – Haftar Mediation Fails

Details of a failure of mediation efforts between Libya’s Prime Minister-designate Fayez Serraj of the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA) and Field Marshall Khalifa Haftar of the Libyan National Army in Cairo, spearheaded by Egyptian chief-of-staff Colonel Lt. Gen. Read more

Libya: Egypt Could Intervene Militarily, Serraj Calls for National Reconciliation

Egypt’s former assistant foreign minister for Arab Affairs, Ahmed al-Quesni, said Cairo could intervene in neighboring Libya militarily to safeguard its own national security and stability. “Egypt will not let the oil ports be taken away from the Libyan people” Read more

Libya: IS on the Brink in Sirte, Victory Promised Soon

Prime minister-designate of the Government of National Accord (GNA) and head of the Presidency Council, Fayez Serraj, has stated that forces loyal to his government, with the continuous support of American airstrikes, will take over Sirte “within a few weeks” Read more

Libya-US: Aguila Saleh Blacklisted as Political Process Spoiler

The United States on Friday blacklisted the Head of Libya’s internationally recognized Parliament for obstructing the political process aimed at establishing the UN-sponsored Government of National Accord (GNA) as the sole Libyan authority. Aguila Saleh, identified as a spoiler of Read more