Mohamed Niss

Mohamed Niss

Still on the Loose: Libya’s Most Dangerous Jihadists - Part II
Thursday, June 21, 2018

More violence?

Tripoli Braces for Hurricane Igtet
More violence?


Tareq darman al-Werfalli

Flights were resumed on Saturday at Tripoli’s Maitiqa airport after a five-day closure caused by

Simone Di Stefano leader of CasaPound

A leader of a radical Italian party has indicated his support for putting Libya’s western region under a defacto Italian administration to keep his country’s economy afloat after leaving the euro club. Simone Di Stefano, who is...

Maitiqa clashes

The situation in Tripoli remains tense following

smoke bellowing from Maitiqa airport

Fierce fighting erupted this morning in Libya’s capital Tripoli between militias aligned with the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA) and Islamist militias from the city’s eastern suburb of Tajoura. Tripoli’s only...

container ship archive image

Greece's coastguard said on Wednesday that it had intercepted a ship carrying explosive materials from Turkey to Libya, described as a "moving bomb", according to Agence France Presse. "The [Greek] coastguard has...