Italian magazine “Internationale” reported that the French support for Hifter hampered the efforts and role of the former UN envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salama. The newspaper said, Hifter also depends on Russia’s support, as it sent him mercenaries for his war on Tripoli, Egypt and the UAE, who participated with …Read More »
The international community’s contrasting stances on the Libyan crisis, and the deceleration in appointing a successor to Salama.
Since the beginning of the aggression against the capital, the stance of the international community regarding the Libyan crisis have varied. After international silence when Hifter announced his “Alfatah Almoubin” last April, some countries have tended to support Hifter’s aggression publicly with arms, such as France, and others have taken …Read More »
Ten days or so ago this March, grief and sorrow surrounded Libyan homes that lost their sons and daughters due to the indiscriminate shelling of Hifter’s militia on populated residential neighborhoods. “Grad” shells fired by Hifter militias on civilians’ homes and property carried with them hatred and anger on homes …Read More »
The oil shutdown indicates a dark future for the Libyan economy, and bankruptcy of commercial banks in the East.
It is no secret to anyone that the whole world is threatened by a sweeping economic crisis that coincided with the widespread spread of the Corona virus, which negatively affected international companies and stopped work in some major companies in China, which led to a decline in demand for oil …Read More »
The frequency of crimes in Benghazi has increased significantly recently, recording in one week more than one crime of liquidation and kidnapping, the last of which was the kidnapping and rape of a 17-year-old girl by those claiming to be the criminal investigation unit. Benghazi, where the Hifter affiliated media …Read More »
The Algerian Foreign Minister, Sabri Boqadoum, expressed his hope for the appointment of another UN envoy to Libya, after Ghassan Salama’s resignation, as soon as possible, and that he would gain acceptance by all parties and not biased to one at the expense of another. Boqadoum said, in a statement …Read More »
After the UN envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salama, announced his resignation from his duties in Libya, the Libyan file witnessed a stagnation in the political dialogue, especially after Salama failed to gather the actors in Geneva. On the other hand, the axes witnessed intermittent clashes and repeated attempts by the …Read More »
Almost 55 days have passed since the truce and the ceasefire were announced, but the number of displaced people has not stopped increasing due to the repeated breach by the Hifter militias of the truce and its shelling of residential neighborhoods in the capital with Grad and indiscriminate rockets. A …Read More »
A Tunisian court sentenced a journalist loyal to Hifter “Mahmoud Almisrati” to four months in prison and a fine of 1,000 Tunisian dinars for defamation and slander on the Libyan civil society activist Leila Souissi. The activist, Leila Souissi accused Almisrati of writing postings that made false accusations and slanders …Read More »
The Cheif of Shorfat Almalaha: The continued displacement of families in the area as a result of the shelling.
On Saturday, The Cheif of Shorfat Almalaha, Othman Zarti, said that the situation of displacement is still going on in the area because of the shelling that has been going on for days, which led to the closure of a number of schools in the area. Zarti added, in a …Read More »