Mohamed Niss

Mohamed Niss

Still on the Loose: Libya’s Most Dangerous Jihadists - Part II
Wednesday, July 18, 2018

More violence?

Tripoli Braces for Hurricane Igtet
More violence?



When the announcement came from Misrata this Sunday about an agreement reached between its Municipal Council and the Local Council of Tawergha, it revived hopes of Libyans across the country that it will finally end the suffering of...

cnn migran slave market

We have all seen the international outrage over Libya’s alleged slave markets which was sparked by a report by CNN’s Nima Elbagir after she disguised as a migrant and used a concealed camera to record what she said was a slave...

CNN and Fayez Serraj

The serious allegations made by American broadcaster CNN on 17 November about the existence of several modern-day slave markets in Libya remain shockingly unaddressed by Fayez Serraj’s UN-backed government. The station put...

Basit Igtet

A Swiss-Libyan entrepreneur is making his second attempt to become Libya’s president.

Hours after Libya’s UN-led peace process kicked off in Skhirat, Morocco on 05 March 2015, Western and UN officials were puzzled by the sudden demands from Algeria for a role in it. Conscious of the importance of a regional buy-in for the...