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British lawmakers have accused Cameron of launching the intervention on “erroneous assumptions.” Their report comes just days after the disgraced ex-prime minister resigned as a member of parliament.
Soldiers under Libyan General Khalifa Hifter have seized at least two oil ports from a militia loyal to the UN-backed unity government. The popular military commander supports the rival cabinet in Tobruk.
UN envoy to Libya Martin Kobler has arrived in Cairo for talks with Egyptian officials
Fisheries in Egypt are severely deteriorating, says Fishermen’s Syndicate head
The identity of the group that kidnapped the workers not identified yet
The families of two Americans killed in a 2012 terror attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, claim that Hillary Clinton was responsible for their deaths. Clinton was Secretary of State at the time.
The meeting touched upon the political turmoil in Libya and ways to unify disputing parties
Egypt will provide proper political atmosphere for Libya to achieve stability, says Shoukry
Meeting to discuss current situation in Libya, political solutions to be suggested
US warplanes have carried out airstrikes against “Islamic State” (“IS”) in Libya after a request for help from the country’s unity government. The aim is to boost government troops in the fight to take the town of Sirte
Arab leaders have vowed to work together on security concerns since 2014, but the threat of extremism and sectarian strife rages on
Libya has a small amount of chemical weapons, but a large quantity of arms, says expert
President avows confidence in military, allows live ammunition in Air Force parade
The foreign minister is expected to participate in several meetings to discuss unrest caused by IS in Arab countries
The ministry reiterated warnings against travelling to Libya
The UN envoy to Libya briefed the new Arab League secretary-general on the current political process
The rescued Egyptians have arrived at Salloum border following their abduction by militants
The Egyptians were taken by Libyan armed forces earlier on their way back to Egypt
The leader of the Libyan National Army visited Cairo for consultation, says Tobruk parliament member
Families demand answers from Ministry of Foreign Affairs on relatives detained for one week
The programme aims to feed 60,000 Egyptians in five governorates with the highest number of returnees
At least 34 pro-government soldiers have been killed and 100 wounded in clashes with the “Islamic State” in Libya. It was one of the bloodiest days since forces loyal to the government sought to retake Sirte from IS.
UN envoy to Libya Martin Kobler said that the country of 6 million is host to 20 million weapons or weapon parts
Earlier this month, Egypt participated in a French-led conference aimed at bringing Palestinians and Israelis back to the negotiating table
IS members are now besieged inside a 5km area. Foreign governments estimate that there are 5,000 IS militia inside the city
Troops aligned with Libya’s government have fought “Islamic State” (IS) forces to take back control of the port of Sirte. The brigades are part of an operation backed by Libya’s UN-recognized administration.
After the ouster of the Muslim Brotherhood regime in July 2013, Egypt’s foreign policy was focused on fighting the Brotherhood-affiliated media around the world, as well as addressing the countries that supported them.
Approximately 340 migrants were rescued on Friday and nine bodies were found, according to Greek officials
Their final statement called on Arab countries to politically and financially support the new GNA to enforce security institutions, as the only legitimate body in Libya
Hundreds of thousands are reportedly waiting in Africa to cross the Mediterranean