Edition:
India

Libya

France to push Libya accord at new Paris meeting, diplomats say

Photo

PARIS France plans to hold an international meeting in Paris with Libyan political leaders to push for an agreement on holding U.N.-backed elections this year, according to three diplomats aware of the initiative.

Clashes intensify in east Libya as car bomb kills two

BENGHAZI, Libya Forces loyal to Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar engaged in fierce clashes around the city of Derna on Tuesday, as two soldiers were killed in a car bomb and another was abducted from a checkpoint elsewhere in the east.

World, 23 May 2018

Unemployed threaten Libya oilfields feeding Es Sider; production normal

BENGHAZI, Libya A group of unemployed Libyan youths will shut down oilfields in Marada town in the east unless demands for better state services are met, the group said on Sunday.

World, 20 May 2018

Libyan youth group will shut oilfields unless demands met-statement

BENGHAZI, Libya A group of Libyan youths will shut down oilfields in Marada town in the east unless demands for better state services are met, a statement said on Sunday.

World, 20 May 2018

Insight: Benghazi's displaced: a litmus test for Libya

TRIPOLI With two brothers in jail, the family house gone and her papers lost in the battle for Benghazi, Fatma is finding it hard to restart her life at the other end of Libya but impossible to imagine going back.

World, 17 May 2018

Tears and joy as Egyptian Christians killed in Libya laid to rest

AL-OUR, EGYPT Tears mixed with joy on Tuesday as the remains of 20 Christians were laid to rest in Egypt's Minya province more than three years after they were kidnapped and beheaded in Libya in an attack that provoked rare Egyptian air strikes.

World, 15 May 2018

Bodies of 20 Egyptian Christians beheaded in Libya arrive in Egypt

MISRATA, Libya/CAIRO The bodies of 20 Egyptian Christians beheaded in Libya by Islamic State in 2015 were flown back to Cairo on Monday, Egyptian state television reported.

World, 15 May 2018

UK apologises to Libyan ex-rebel and wife over role in 2004 rendition

LONDON Britain has apologised to a Libyan former rebel and his wife over the role of British spies in their 2004 rendition to Libya, where they were detained and the husband was tortured by Muammar Gaddafi's henchmen.

World, 10 May 2018

UK apologises to Libyan ex-rebel and wife over role in 2004 rendition

LONDON Britain has apologised to Libyan former rebel Abdul Hakim Belhadj and his wife Fatima Boudchar over the role of British spies in their 2004 rendition from Thailand to Libya, where Belhadj was then tortured by Muammar Gaddafi's henchmen.

World, 10 May 2018

U.N. resumes refugee evacuations from Libya to Niger

TRIPOLI The U.N. refugee agency is resuming evacuations of migrants from Libya with a flight of 132 mostly Eritrean refugees and asylum seekers to Niger for resettlement in third countries.

World, 09 May 2018